Brooklyn Meets Spain

Brooklyn Meets Spain

As part of Brooklyn Film Fest, this series explores the animation industry in Spain through a series of short and feature films produced over the past years.

Brooklyn Film Fest is proud to partner with Mecal, International Short Film and Animation Festival of Barcelona, on two programs: a feature-length documentary and a collection of animated shorts.

This series explores the animation industry in Spain through a series of short and feature films produced over the past years. Generating almost 350 million euros in revenue in 2012 and presence in over 150 countries, the Spanish animation industry is living its golden age.

A collection of animated shorts

  • Birdboy, directed by Pedro Rivero and Alberto Vázquez, 12 minutes, Spain. Watch trailer.
  • Grand Prix, directed Marc Riba and Anna Solanas, 8 minutes, Spain. Watch trailer.
  • Mi Vida entre tus Manos, directed by Nuno Beato, 7 minutes, Spain. Watch trailer.
  • Jamón, directed by Iria López, 8 minutes, Spain. Watch trailer.
  • Hezurbeltzak, Una Fosa Común, directed by Izibene Oñederra, 5 minutes, Spain. Watch trailer.
  • Amar, directed by Isabel Herguera, 8 minutes, Spain. Watch trailer.
  • La Dama y la Muerte / The Lady and the Reaper, directed by Javier Recio Garcia, 8 minutes, Spain.
  • Alienation, directed by Silvia Carpizo, 4 minutes, Spain. Watch trailer.
  • La Cosa en la Esquina, directed by Zoe Berriatúa, 10 minutes, Spain. Watch trailer.
  • Bendito Machine IV, directed by Jossie Malis, 10 minutes, Spain. Watch trailer.

30 años de Oscuridad

First glass of wine sponsored by Freixenet USA and Tapeña Wines at 7:30 pm. Closing party with special guest DJ Turmix from Spain will follow at 12 pm.

  • Film
  • New York
  • Sat, June 08, 2013
  • 5:00 pm

Venue

Venue map

indieScreen and Windmill Studios NYC, 287 & 289 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Admission

More information

Festival's website

Credits

Organized by Brooklyn Film Fest in collaboration with Mecal, International Short Film and Animation Festival of Barcelona and Spain Culture New York-Consulate General of Spain.

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