Thank you all for making this edition the best in the Festival's history!
For several years now Beefeater In -Edit is a multiscreen Festival and accessible to all Spanish residents. If you can't either come to any of the cities where the festival is held or see all the documentaries that you would like to, visit us at IN- EDIT TV, our online screen, from October 29th to November 15th. 80% of the festival program and more than 100 documentaries will be waiting there for you!
In-Edit does not end with the Beefeater In-Edit Festival. We'll be sharing stories with you through our editorial platform In-Edit Beat. Articles, interviews, playlists, recommendations and news about cinema, music, historical curiosities and cultural movements as well as all the information about the festival's international network (Chile, Brasil, Colombia, Greece, Mexico, and more that are to come). You will also find further information about the films that have been screened at the festival. Check it yourself, at your path, available NOW.
Beefeater In-Edit has not finished yet. From November 13th to 15th we'll be in Valencia at Las Naves Espai d'Innovació i Creació with 9 musical documentaries.
Check the schedules here
The winner of the Beefeater In-Edit prize for Best National Documentary is: Rumba 3 - De Ida y Vuelta, by Joan Capdevila and David Casademunt – which also won the Audience Award.
On masks and mysteries, or why it doesn’t matter who The Residents really are, so long as they keep doing what they do. #InEditBeat #beefeaterinedit15
In not much more than a month will begin In-Edit Chile. Born just one year after the Barcelona edition, over the years it has become the reference in South America. For Barcelona, it's always been seen as a mirror, given that the parallels between the two stories are surprisingly (or not so surprisingly) similar. You can now check the program preview of it's 12th edition.