The Malaga Film Festival is a film festival held every year in which the best Spanish films are awarded.

This festival originated in 1998 with the aim of promoting Spanish film culture and expanding the cultural offer of the city of Malaga. In this festival you will find documentaries, short films, animation films and other audio-visual productions. There are also lectures, exhibitions and workshops among other activities during these days.

In 2020 the festival will take place between 13 and 22 March.

The Malaga Film Festival takes place at different locations and venues in the capital of the Costa del Sol, such as the Cervantes Theatre Echegaray Theatre, Cinema Albeniz, Picasso Museum, the University of Malaga, Plaza de la Constitucion and the Malaga Palacio Hotel.

Some of the biggest names in cinema will flock to the city-The stage is set in Malaga for the arrival of Spain and Latin America’s most talented actors, directors and producers

The festival, which celebrates its 23rd anniversary this year, promises numerous film premieres, concerts, galas and award ceremonies. Along with Antonio Banderas – Malaga born actor, throughout the week, film fans can also look forward to appearances from many other prominent Hispanic actors and filmmakers, all hoping for their work to be rewarded with the distinctive flower-shaped trophy.