La Cabina is Valencia’s international for those films and documentaries that find themselves stuck in the middle between shorts and features (from 30 to 60 minutes).
2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the festival, which is closely connected to Valencia University.
The festival starts on the 16th November and runs for ten days, during which 34 productions of 13 different nationalities will be on show.
The American film Tokyo Project, by Richard Shepard, an Emmy winner is one of the stars.
We can also see Crepúsculo by Juan Pablo Daranas Molina from Cuba, or Me and My Father by Aleksander Pietrzak of Poland. Who worked on Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies.
Tard dans la nuit by Thomas Devouge and Body by Léonor Serraille, are the main French contributions,
A Spanish production in collaboration with India, Fifty Rupees Only, by Nagore Eceiza, lends an exotic touch to the festival, and there are also various contributions from Germany.