The Day After #BeefeaterInEdit

View full program

Today's program


Aribau Club 1
Multisalas Sala 5
Aribau Club 2

Beefeater In-Edit closes this edition with an audience of 33.000

The Audience Award goes to "Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets", directed by Florian Habicht


This 12th edition will be remembered for various highlights, such as the tribute to Frank Scheffer; the second edition of In-Edit Fast Forward; the development of activities such as In-Edit Radio Show, The Best of Bug or Cachitos a Cachitos; the continuity of our "online theater" In-Edit TV with 70% of the Festival films available on it and the consolidation of the Festival in Madrid, Bilbao, Pamplona. [Read more]




American Interior

Special Mention: Pete & Toshi Get a Camera



Un lloc on caure mort

Special Mention: I Need a Dodge! Joe Strummer On The Run



Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets

In-Edit Beat is here to stay!


During the last ediction of Beefeater In-Edit we presented the magazine and blog In-Edit Beat. Some very interesting articles on Fela Kuti, Killing Joke and Kate Bush were published there during the days of the Festival. In-Edit Beat is going to be the online communication channel for In-Edit festivals around the world and will remain active throughout the year. There you'll be able to enjoy articles on music documentaries, as well as on music and on the culture that sorrounds it, everything from a genuinely In-Edit point of view.


Come and take a look, please.

Merry Christmas!

It’s clear that here at In-Edit we love Christmas - and what better way to celebrate it merrily on high than with Barcelona and Madrid screenings of the most Christmassy documentary in the history of the Festival: Jingle Bell Rocks! (watch trailer).

The documentary directed by Mitchell Kezin will be screened at the Zumzeig Cinema, Barcelona (on December 20th, 26th, 27th and 28th) and at the Cineteca in Madrid (on December 26th, 27th and 28th, and January 2nd, 3rd and 4th).   


If the colored lights, gifts and well-earned vacations weren’t motive enough to be in a good mood, the international In-Edit family brings us even more reasons for festive cheer: our Chilean brothers at In-Edit Nescafé have wrapped up their 11th edition in the capital, Santiago de Chile, with a total of , following ten days of uninterrupted screenings, activities and an exclusive program that included 50 films about music, gathered from 15 countries.  


From December 19th to 21st, the Festival moves to Concepción for a special three-day edition, but we can already reveal that the Festival jury has awarded the prize for Best National Documentary to El Parra menos Parra (watch the trailer), directed by Jorge Catoni, who portrays the current life of Óscar Parra Sandoval, singer and clown, and younger brother of Nicanor, Violeta and Roberto Parra, essential popular creators. The jury has also given a special mention to Ellas no. The Audience Prize category was given to Finding Fela!, (trailer here) by Alex Gibney, and We are the best, by Lukas Moodyson (trailer here). 


If you’re curious to learn more about In-Edit Nescafé click here to have a gander at some videos of what went down at this year’s edition.   


And if all this weren’t enough, we can now announce new confirmations for 2015: with editions of In-Edit GreeceBrazil and Colombia


Brazil will hold its 7th edition in spring 2015. The festival, now fully-fledged in Sao Paulo, will take place from May 12th to 18th. In-Edit Greece will hold its second edition, which extends to two cities: Athens and Thessaloniki. A second edition of In-Edit Colombia, will take place in March in Bogotá, where last Thursday saw the screening of the film 20,000 Days on Earth directed by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard. 


Once again: HAPPY CHRISTMAS on behalf of the whole team

Utilizamos cookies propias y de terceros para mejorar nuestros servicios. Si continua navegando, consideramos que acepta su uso. Puede cambiar la configuración u obtener más información aquí.