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“FestivalHuesca at home” is online

“FestivalHuesca at home” is online

FestivalHuesca at Home

FestivalHuesca at Home

The International Film Festival of Huesca presents this year an online version of the show: the “FestivalHuesca at home”, becoming this way a multiplatform contest.

To the scheduled sessions at the 43rd edition of the Festival, now joins the possibility of watching the short films through the platform Festcome on demand, available since Sunday 14 to Tuesday 30 of June.

The “FestivalHuesca at home” offers the possibility of watching, from any place in the world, a great part of the official section, under the formula of payment for viewing to the owner of the neighboring rights/film. The possibility of the filmmakers who can`t personally attend the Festival to watch the other films in the competition is one of the main objectives of the online project.

To access and view the contents of the “Festival Huesca at home”, you must first go to the online ticket office and buy online access to an only session or to the whole Festival.

Session (1 session): Gives access to one session of the Festival Huesca at home. (3€)

Festival pass (12 sessions): Gives access to the whole content of the Festival Huesca at home from 14 to June 30, 2015. (15€)

*One session is bought by an spectator, and it can be watched unlimited times while the session remains open.
Each session will be available since the day in which is programmed. Once the period of this version of the Festival (June 30) ends, there won´t be access to the films.

The amount received from the ticket office will be divided equally between International Film Festival of Huesca (Festival organizer), Festcome LTD (Company providing the service) and the filmmakers (equally in the case of the Festival Pass and between the owners of the rights of the films in the case of a Session pass).

Access to the “FestivalHuesca at home” HERE

The 43 International Film Festival of Huesca is sponsored by the Government of Aragon, the Diputación Provincial of Huesca, Huesca city Council and the Foundation Pie Anselmo.