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The International Documentary Film Festival of Guía de Isora begins the reception of films for international, national and Canary Island competitions.

MiradasDoc opens its call for the films that aspire to participate in the official section of this contest in its XII edition until the 15 of October of 2017. The inscription in the International Documentary Film Festival of Guide of Isora is managed through the web page Festival.movibeta .com. The cinematographic encounter of reality cinema will be held from January 26 to February 3, 2018 in the aforementioned municipality of the south of Tenerife.

The MiradasDoc contest is organised in three international sections: Feature Film, Short Film, and Prima Opera, as well as an award for Best National Documentary and Best Documentary Canary.

In the annual search, MiradasDoc tracks films from all over the world that show an original and sincere account of the social success of the planet from the personal vision of the author. The combination of these factors makes the films that participate in MiradasDoc exceptional works.

Since 2006, MiradasDoc has offered a wide and exclusive overview of the social health of the planet in the municipality of Guia de Isora, in the south of Tenerife, through a diagnosis that allows the production of real-life films and films with a focus on people, their problems and their capacity to create solutions. The territories in which the selected creators have been selected are Africa, Latin America and Asia. In addition, the festival catalogue has found communication bridges for European and North American documentary films.

He registration of documentaries is done through the website festival.movibeta.com. The works can be registered for the international prize, which is subdivided into Feature Film, Short Film and Prima Opera; The national prize and the prize for the best Canary documentary.