Skyline Benidorm Film Festival, the short film festival that has quickly gained the status of a qualifier for the Goya Awards, is proud to present its latest developments at the International Tourism Fair (FITUR) 2024. From its beginnings, Skyline has stood out for its commitment to cinematic quality and inclusion.
“Cinema for All” Sessions – A Commitment to Inclusivity
This year, Skyline Benidorm Film Festival takes a further step towards adapted cultural tourism with the launch of the “Cinema for All” sessions. These sessions aim to encourage the participation of diverse audiences, with a special focus on the inclusion of audiences with disabilities, thus marking a milestone in our commitment to accessibility. We strongly believe in understanding and meeting the needs of people with disabilities, and we want to raise awareness in society about the value of making all activities accessible to everyone. In collaboration with ONCE, we are launching the “Cinema for All” sessions, specifically designed for people with visual impairments.
Presentation at FITUR
The official presentation of these innovative sessions will take place tomorrow, January 24, at the Valencian Community Stand at FITUR at 1:30 p.m. The festival director, Beatriz Hernández, will be present to share more details and answer media questions.
Skyline Benidorm Film Festival, created eight years ago, has defied expectations since its inception. In such a short time, it has emerged as a reference in the world of cinema, highlighting its ability to discover and promote emerging talents and innovative cinematic proposals.
Skyline Benidorm Film Festival invites all media to join us in this exciting presentation and get a closer look at how we are making a difference in the world of cinema.