'El Foco' will show 28 essential films to understand the Spanish short film of recent decades.

The 44th edition of the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival will offer a retrospective of Spanish short films featuring 28 titles from the last 20 years.

The Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival begins on January 28. As we announced a few months ago, Spain is the guest country this year.For that reason, the festival has created a retrospective that has nine programs of 90 minutes and 60 short films. 

Within the different sections programmed in "El Foco" 28 films will be shown, with relevant works to understand the Spanish short film of the last decades. A list that we collect in the Short Film Archive.

  • Una historia para los Modlins (2012), Sergio Oksman..
  • Ada (2016), Tulio Ferreira y Max Larruy
  • Alumbramiento (2007), Eduardo Chapero-Jackson.
  • Ama (2018), Julia de Paz.
  • Anacos (2012), Xacio Baños.
  • El ataque de los robots de Nebulosa-5 (2008), Chema García Ibarra.
  • Background (2018), Toni Bestard.
  • Bailaora (2018), Rubin Stein.
  • Birdboy (2010), Pedro Rivero.
  • Les bones nenes (2017), Clara Roquet.
  • Café para llevar (2014), Patricia Font.
  • Caradecaballo (2015), Marc Martínez Jordán.
  • El castigo (2006), Isabel Ayguavives.
  • Cavalls Morts (2016), Anna Solanas.
  • Como yo te amo (2016), Fernando García-Ruiz.
  • El corredor (2014), José Luis Montesinos.
  • Los desheredados (2017), Laura Ferrés.
  • Lo efímero (2020), Jorge Muriel.
  • Éramos pocos (2005), Borja Cobeaga.
  • La gran carrera (2010), Kote Camacho.
  • La hora de la merienda (2017), Alba González de Molina.
  • La huida (2010), Víctor Carrey.
  • Matria (2017), Álvaro Gago.
  • Montaña en sombra (2013), Lois Patiño.
  • Norte (2015), Javier García.
  • Rodilla (2009), Juanjo Giménez Peña.
  • El tiempo prestado (2008), David González.
  • Zepo (2014), César Linga.

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