The Atlàntida Mallorca Film Fest, the biggest online film festival in Europe, organised by Filmin, will open its 5th international edition on the 16th of December on five European countries (Portugal, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Croatia and Albania).
From the 16th of December until the 16th of January, the International Atlàntida Film Fest will show 17 titles (14 features, 1 series and 2 shortfilms), including the biggest successes from the Majorcan edition as well as a selection of national productions that have not previously been seen in these five countries.
In the Official Section, you will find the three winners of the Mallorca's edition: "Softie" (Best Film), "Soul of a Beast" (Jury Award) and " Jusqui’ici, Tout Va" (Special Mention). In addition, another well worth watch is this years' Greece's Oscar candidate ("Magnetic Fields"), the last Sitges Festival winner ("Jerk") or "DAU: Natasha", the first part of the DAU megaproject, that took over 10 years of filming. Catalan cinema will be represented with " “Oswald, The Forger”, “Fail Better” and the multi-prized shortfilms by David Moragas and Oriol Guanyabens, among others.
"Softie", Samuel Theis (France, 2021)
"Soul of a Beast", Lorenz Merz (Switzerland, 2021)
"Magnetic Fields", Yorgos Gousis (Greece, 2022)
"DAU: Natasha", Ilya Khrzhanovskiy y Jekaterina Oertel (Germany, Ukraine, United
Kingdom, Russia, 2020)
"Other People", Aleksandra Terpinska (Poland, 2022)
"Calais, Mon Amour", Jérémie Elkaïm (France, 2021)
"JERK", Gisèle Vienne (France, 2021)
"Bloody Oranges", Jean-Christophe Meurisse (France, 2021)
"Miss Osaka", Daniel Dencik (Denmark, 2021)
"Heartbeast", Aino Suni (Germany, Finland, 2022)
"Jusqui'ici, Tout Va", Francesc Cuéllar (Spain, 2022)
"Fail Better", Eva Garrido (Spain, 2022)
"Oswald, The Forger", Kike Maíllo (Spain, 2022)
"Sicily without deaths", Lluís Prieto (Spain, 2022)
"The Barcelona Vampiress", Lluís Danés (Spain, 2020)
"Tomorrow, Then", David Moragas (Spain, 2022)
"The Stranger", Oriol Guanyabens (Spain, 2021)
Atlàntida is also supported by the Gobierno de España, through the ICAA, the Agencia d’Estrategia Turística de les Illes Balears - Govern de les Illes Balears and the Fundació Mallorca Turisme - Consell Insular de Mallorca.