Several titles presented at the Festival will be available from today to August 30
A total of ten proposals, presented in the 2018 and 2019 editions of the Sitges Festival, can be enjoyed this weekend online at the Sitges Summer Edition. The initiative wants to bring the fans of the Festival closer to the new virtual room that will be integrated into the hybrid offer of the next 53rd edition. Shift72, the platform that has hosted the 2020 editions of international festivals such as South by Southwest in Austin or the Marché du Film in Cannes, will be in charge of hosting this content, as well as the online version of Sitges 2020.
The giallo Abrakadabra, directed by the brothers Luciano and Nicolás Onetti, will be one of the films available at the Sitges Summer Edition. Murders, sex and investigation for lovers of independent terror. Another online proposal for this weekend is An American Satan, Aram Garriga's documentary about the controversial Church of Satan, in California, always surrounded by mysteries, scandals and moral panic. Close the section of feature films Luz, by Colombian Juan Diego Escobar Alzate, a poetic film set in an isolated community and led by a preacher known as El Señor.
As for the shorts, the Sitges Summer Edition invites you to remember seven pieces: A Little Tasteby Víctor Català; Rite of passageby Jaime Herrero; The Wandering Matchstick Witchby Sofía Carrillo; Your last day on earthby Marc Martínez Jordán; Parallelby David Hebrero; Polter, by Álvaro Vicario, and Helenaby Gabriel Campoy and Guillem Lafoz.
Viewings of the Sitges Summer Edition will be available from Friday 28th to Sunday August 30th at sitgesfilmfestival.online. Prices will be five euros for each feature film and one euro for each short film, with the possibility of buying a pack of shorts for five euros. Once a title has been acquired, it will be available for the next 30 hours, exclusively in Spanish territory.
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