Sitges Film Festival 2016 coverage

Attending the International Sitges Film Festival for the first time as press meant having the chance to fully plunge into the uncountable hours of horror and fantasy cinema that this unique festival offers, as well as having the chance to experience cinema as an almost non-stop experience in one of the most beautiful towns of the catalan coast. The coctail is as sweet as sour, promising always, foolproof in any case. Aside from the movie reviews that you can find on the Ganiveta Magazine site, here’s a summary video and some pictures testimony of the good times:

Music Eyaculación Post-Mortem, from the EP ‘Noches de blanco Satán’
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Some bites of the experience at the 49th edition of the Sitges Film Festival.

Christopher Walken at Sitges 2016. He received the Grand Honorary Award, the Festival’s maximum prize.
Christopher Walken at Sitges 2016. He received the Grand Honorary Award, the Festival’s maximum prize.
Bruce Campbell giving a great speech at the auditorium Melià Sitges and receiving the prize Màquina del Temps (Time Machine)
Bruce Campbell giving a great speech at the auditorium Melià Sitges and receiving the prize Màquina del Temps (Time Machine)
Dolph Lundgren at the press conference presenting the film ‘Don’t kill it’
Dolph Lundgren at the press conference presenting the film ‘Don’t kill it’
Julia Ducournau, director of ‘Grave (RAW)’ who received the Citizen Kane Award for Best Up-and-Coming Director, the Carnet Jove Jury Award for Best Feature Length Film and the Méliès d’Argent
Julia Ducournau, director of ‘Grave (RAW)’ who received the Citizen Kane Award for Best Up-and-Coming Director, the Carnet Jove Jury Award for Best Feature Length Film and the Méliès d’Argent
Takashi Miike, one of the regulars, & Àngel Sala (director of the Sitges Film festival)
Takashi Miike, one of the regulars, & Àngel Sala (director of the Sitges Film festival)
Trekkie toilets
Trekkie toilets
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