Carlos Ospina’s film will be part of the eleventh version of the Bangalore Short Film Festival (India), recognized as an event to make visible and popularize the work of filmmakers from all over India and the world, thus reaching South Asia.
With more than 10 nominations at the main festivals to date, The Shadow of Your Smile has successfully established itself on the international circulation stage.
Bangalore, the center of the Kannada film industry better known as Karnataka cinema, produces more than 80 films a year and is recognized as one of the most active and vibrant cities in theater culture.
The Bangalore festival was born in 2012 to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema and contribute to the Kannada film industry.
In 2022 this appointment with the cinema of India and the world will be held on June 12, in which this selection will be exhibited, divided into 3 competitive categories. The Shadow of Your Smile shares the first selection list with short films from Brazil, Panama, Peru, Portugal, and India.
It should be noted that this festival has an academic agenda and a minibox office film market for participating filmmakers to boost the film industry.
The Shadow of Your Smile has represented Colombia with dignity, being part of official selections, samples, and obtaining recognition in its journey, which has taken our Lagrimon to 3 continents.
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With Over 6 nominations, an honorable mention in Cannes and the award for Best Director in Puerto Rico, The Shadow of Your Smile will be screened for the third time in the United States and for the first time in Italy. America and Europe have opened the doors to director Carlos Ospina’s experimental narrative, and these new nominations are the sample.
The Shadow of Your Smile continues to make people talk, this time, by winning the Best Short Film Director award at the ‘‘ LUSCA FANTASTIC FILM FESTIVAL ’’, one of the most important genre festivals in the world.
Carlos Ospina’s film, collects its first prize in one of the most important stages for cinema worldwide, in the eighteenth version in ‘‘THE FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DU FILM PANAFRICAIN DE CANNES’’ (FIFP).