Curtocircuito 2005 Winners Chosen
Santiago de Compostela´s International Short Film Festival closed on Saturday, October 22nd, with a prize-giving gala.  From Tuesday, October 18, to Saturday, October 22 (Week of the Official Section), more than 3,000 people attended the screenings in the Teatro Principal. According to Francisco Candela, the councillor in charge of the Santiago de Compostela Film Commission, this high...
Amal 05 Begins with Documentary on Cooperation in Palestine
The Amal 05 Festival, which will be held in Compostela from Oct. 24-30, has the objective of becoming the first international Arab film festival held in Spain.  The festival will present a total of 21 screenings in Compostela´s Teatro Principal throughout the week. 
Galician Productions in Cannes and Clermont Ferrand
The Galician Audiovisual Consortium is presenting Galician productions in Cannes and Clermont Ferrand under the slogan 'Audiovisual from Spain,' by means of the Galicia Film Commission.
Eurimages Awards Maximum Subsidy to First Animated Feature Film by Miguelanxo Prado
The EU´s Council of Europe has awarded 220,000 euros to the Galician illustrator Miguelanxo Prado´s first animated feature film, De profundis, in a competition with the participation of 32 different countries.
Chano Piñeiro Festival Established 10 Years After the Filmmaker´s Death
The President of the Xunta, Pérez Touriño, announced the establishment of a cinema festival bearing the name of the Galician filmmaker Chano Piñeiro during a tribute held in Vigo on October 14th.
The Audiovisual Consortium Presents the CURTAS 2005 Catalogue
The Galician Audiovisual Consortium presents its new Galician short-film catalogue CURTAS 2005.  The catalogue contains information about each short film, photos and a DVD with the original version as well as Spanish and English subtitles. 
Santiago de Compostela´s International Short Film Festival CURTOCIRCUITO 2005 Begins
Santiago de Compostela´s International Short Film Festival, CURTOCIRCUITO 2005, begins today featuring 60 short films from 18 countries, which will compete in three different categories: Fiction, Animation and Videocreation.
Documentaries Accepted for Play Doc 2006
The Play Doc International Documentary Festival, which will be held in Tui in March 2006, is now accepting documentaries through to November 30th, 2005.  Further information available on the festival website  Rúa Colon No. 2 - Edicicio Area Panorámica, 2º, (back door), 36700 TUI - Pontevedra. Tel: 986607161 // Mobile: 630 076818