POSTERS

Here are the posters from all the editions of the history of the Festival that we have been able to find so far. Some of them might be missing because of the manintenance dificulties of older documents.

2020

AUTHOR
Andreu Castañé, former member of the cineclub

FACTS
it is inspired in the leitmotiv “La Naturaleza se Rebela”. It also appeared on the cover of the book of the Festival with the same title

2019

AUTHOR
Joan Jarque

FACTS
it is inspired in the leitmotiv of surrealisme in horror cinema. It was also a cover of the book of the Festival of that year

2018

AUTHOR
Maite Pascual

ANÉCDOTAS
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nspired on the film “Carrie (1976)”, in connection with the review the Festival did on Brian de Palma’s life and production. It included the issue of a monographic book

2017

AUTHOR
Maite Pascual

FACTS
inspired on the film “Funny Games (1997)”, in connection with the revision that the Festival did on its director Michael Haneke (there was a monographic book, too)

2016

AUTHOR
Maite Pascual

ANÉCDOTASi
inspired on the leitmotiv of mutations in horror films. It was cover of the book that the Festival issued on the topic

2015

AUTHOR
Maite Pascual

2014

AUTHOR
Maite Pascual

FACTS
inspired in the leitmotiv of erotism in horror films

2013

AUTHOR
Maite Pascual

ANÉCDOTAS
inspired in the leitmotiv of censorship against horror films

2012

AUTHOR
Maite Pascual

FACTS
first of the seven consecutive contribution of the author and first Festival woman designed poster

2011

AUTHOR
Raúl López

FACTS
winner of the third poster contest,
Raúl López made two such big posters that we decided to use the second one on the cover of the book of short stories issued that year (below)

And this was the official logo of the 30 editions:

2010

AUTHOR
Paco Ruiz

FACTS
winner of the second poster contest with the leitmotiv of roads

2009

AUTHOR
Carles Gonzàlez

FACTS
winner of the first poster contest

2008

AUTHOR
Josep Bergadà

2007

AUTHOR
Joan Guitart

2006

AUTHOR
Paco Ruiz

FACTS
see below and alternative work by the same author which was finally ruled out

2005

AUTHOR
Toni Moreno

FACTS
The poster finds its inspiration in Richard Donner’s The Omen (1976), particularly on the quotation that says “the son of the devil will raise from politics”. Thsi is George W. Bush’s face.

2004

AUTHOR
Guillem Urbà, Roger Sàbat

2003

AUTHOR
Antonio Andreu

FACTS
The background text is the recipe of how to cook a human body. However, what really matters is that the face shaped logo of the Festival comes from this poster. See below the poster of that year’s exhibition.

2002

AUTHOR
Antonio Andreu

2001

AUTHOR
Antonio Andreu

FACTS
after an 8 year hiatus, the 12 Hores were back as well as the author of the last poster que got inspiration form the 1993 poster

1993

AUTHOR
Blitz & Antonio Andreu

1990

AUTHOR
Nico Solera

FACTS
the girls name is Ana Sanchez

1989

AUTHOR
Nico Solera

FACTS
the girl’s name is Ana Sanchez. The hand leaflet was slightly different (below)

1988

AUTHOR
— unknown —

1987

AUTHOR
Josep Bergadà

FACTS
tribute to Christopher Lee. The image shows the hand leaflet because the poster wes triangle shaped. It was one of a kind through all the Festival history

1986

AUTHOR
Josep Bergadà

FACTS
the image below is a layout given to the Festival by the author on the 30 editions. It is a previous test that was never used

1985

AUTHOR
Segundo Garcia

FACTS
the author came from the comic world, which is a clear influence in the poster design

1984

AUTHOR
Josep Bergadà

ANÉCDOTAS
the image below is a layout given by the author Josep Bergadà to the Festival on the 30 editions. It is an initial test which was never used.

1983

AUTHOR
Josep Bergadà, Toni Moreno

FACTS
Montse Baqués is on the picture

1982

AUTHOR
Josep Bergadà, Toni Moreno

1981

AUTHOR
Josep Bergadà, Toni Moreno

FACTS
en la foto, Quim Llobet

1980

AUTORES
Josep Bergadà, Toni Moreno

FACTS
the picture shows Cesc Vives in a make up session by Jordi Hernández

1979

AUTHOR
Josep Bergadà

1978

AUTHOR
Andreu Castañé, former member of the cineclub

FACTS
this red tear on Frankenstein’s eye was close to cause economic trouble to the organisation because it meant printing the poster on double inks instead of a single ink. There was finally a solution.

1976

AUTHOR
Andreu Castañé, former member of the cineclub

1974

AUTHOR
Andreu Castañé, former member of the cineclub

FACTS
this red tear on Frankenstein’s eye was close to cause economic trouble to the organisation because it meant printing the poster on double inks instead of a single ink. There was finally a solution.

1973

— without information —