The Valencia International Educational Film Festival (MICE) presents its 11th edition

The glass room of the Valencia City Council hosts the presentation of the image and the promotional spot for an edition that will take place from October 16 to 26.

The International Educational Film Festival (MICE) of Valencia presents with an audiovisual and musical festival the 11th edition of this festival that is established in the Valencian Community as a reference cultural event. The educational film festival will take place from October 16 to 26 in the Valencian capital and also in 33 other different locations in the territory, such as Càrcer, Castelló, Alaquàs, Almoradí or Catadau.

This morning, in the glass room of the Valencia City Council, the poster that will accompany this eleventh edition was presented, a work made by Lledó Queralt, in addition to the advertising spot, directed by Javi Navarro and the CEIP Serreria students. In addition, some glimpses of this year’s programming have been given, with prominent figures from the cinematographic scene who will visit Valencia those days, such as filmmakers Stefan Westerwelle or Claudio Rossi.

It should be noted that the organization of this MICE 2023 has received more than 1,000 films made by young students from all over the world. Among all of them, 250 works have been chosen for screening that will compete in the different categories of the festival. A year in which the country chosen as the protagonist will be Italy, and which will also be used to honor the centenary of the death of the painter Joaquín Sorolla.

The event was attended by the councilor of the Culture area of the Valencia City Council, José Luis Moreno; the regional secretary of Education, Daniel McEvoy Bravo; and the director of MICE, Josep Arbiol.

José Luis Moreno highlighted that “the interest that MICE attracts internationally is thanks to the work carried out in schools, promoting the creativity of students in the audiovisual section.” For his part, the regional secretary congratulated the festival for its work, and for being a space to “transmit the values necessary for responsible citizenship.” In addition, he added that “the Department will support everything it can to collaborate with this interesting cultural and educational proposal that is MICE.” For his part, Josep Arbiol thanked the support received by the institutions, and recalled the importance of a festival that “promotes audiovisual education in generations that are so influenced by the media and technology.”

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