The Hell Chess Film festival is an event celebrated in Campo de Gibraltar, Spain.
Matthew Toffolo: What is your Film Festival succeeding at doing for filmmakers?
Jorge Blanco: My personal experience as filmmaker in Festivals is negative. The most part of festivals got nothing to do with the filmmakers dreams, but with another interests. The Hell Chess Festival is all about creativity, constant communication with the filmmakers and a beautiful message to the world.
What would you expect to experience if you attend the festival this year (2017)?
This year 2017 we had three venues, two in Madrid (Spain) and another in a big cinema of St Julian’s (Malta). Now, we are opening the submissions to the 2018 edition, probably in January. The new venues are still in searching process.
You will find pureness in terms of faith in creativity and faith in the best of the…
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