The Malaga Festival is one of the most important film events in Spain. Since its creation in 1998, it has been the perfect showcase for Spanish and Latin American cinema. This festival is held in the city of the same name, located on the southern coast of Spain, and attracts thousands of spectators and film professionals from all over the world.
This year, this Festival has selected the film “Red Shoes” to compete in the official selection. This film, directed by Carlos E. Kaiser, tells the story of a farmer who, after receiving shocking news, decides to go to the city, facing a world unknown to him.
The selection of “Red Shoes” at the Malaga Festival is a great achievement for Carlos E. Kaiser and his production team. This independent film was financed in large part through crowdfunding, demonstrating the power of the community to support and encourage independent filmmaking.
In addition, the selection of “Red Shoes” is a recognition of the growing presence of Mexican filmmakers in the Spanish film industry, as well as a sample of the talent and creativity of Mexican and independent cinema. This festival is a unique opportunity to celebrate the diversity and richness of cinema, to promote culture and art in Spain and in the world.