AGA’S HOUSE Travels Back to Spain @ Festival Internacional de Cine y Derechos Humanos de València

AGA’S HOUSE travels back to Spain to be part of International Film and Human Rights Festival of Valencia – HUMANS FEST, to be held from 18th February to 1st March 2020.

The International Film and Human Rights Festival of Valencia – HUMANS FEST is organized by Funadación por la Justicia, in collaboration with different NGOs from Valencia. The main aim is to sensitize and raise awareness about Humans Rights through art and culture. 

The purpose of the Festival is to promote a kind of cinema that shakes hearts and minds of society. For this reason we bet on a selection of documentaries, offering a rough and first handed looks at different themes treated: LGBTI rights, the right to access to education, immigration among others. 

Three Awards at Three Festivals for AGA'S HOUSE

Great News from the east and from the west! AGA’S HOUSE by Lendita Zeqiraj has been awarded with SPECIAL JURY AWARD at Kolkata International film festival in India, SPECIAL MENTION at ZINEBI Bilbao International Film Festival in Spain and CINEDAYS Festival of European Film in Skopje, North Macedonia.

Spanish Premiere of AGA’S HOUSE at ZINEBI Bilbao International Film Festival

“AGA’S HOUSE” by Lendita Zeqiraj will have it’s Spanish Premiere at 61st ZINEBI Bilbao International Film Festival, as part of Zinebi First Film International Competition, to be held from 8 – 15 November 2019, in Bilbao, Spain.

ZINEBI is the only Class-A international festival in Spain that has been acknowledged by the FIAPF (International Federation of Film Producer Associations) under the documentary and short film category since 1974. ZINEBI has also been accredited by the Hollywood Academy as a qualifier for the Oscars and is a qualifier for the BAFTAs awarded by the British cinema industry and for the Spanish Goyas.

Every year, the ZINEBI programme finds room for all kinds of stylistic formats, the most creative, innovative and suggestive audiovisual formats, and emerging directors of contemporary film from all around the world, so that each new festival renews its commitment to exploring new film territories, formal experimentation, the hybrid and interdisciplinary condition of new cinematographic productions and film-makers’ ethical and aesthetic investigation into the complex realities of the world in which we live. The ZINEBI programme line-up is the main symbol of its identity and marks its differential value through its meticulous and thorough international competition sections, extremely free and committed cinema that is a real novelty for the audience and that helps to build critical thought in the midst of the cultural complexity of contemporary artistic expression.