Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival

From 1973 to 1990, the Molins de Rei Horror Film Festival was held every year, uninterrupted. But in 2001, after several years of not being held, it was reborn in its current format.

The festival has three main objectives: to be a platform for new film-makers, to become a meeting point for the industry in the country (particularly through professional networking) and to establish itself as a platform for new audiences, which is evident in the film sessions for schools.

Since 2014, the festival has been part of the EFFFF (European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation) and it awards the Méliès d’Argent award for the best European fantastic short film.