Gaizka Aranguren, the President of NAPAR, held a meeting at the San Sebastian International Film Festival with Marian Fernández, the President of IBAIA, and Katy Pochelu, the Head of Zinema Zubiak. During the meeting, they discussed collaboration
Monday 27th September sees the start of a full programme of 100% subsidised English language courses for the audiovisual industry that has been organised by CLAVNA (The Navarre Audiovisual Cluster) and the Navarre Employment Service. There is a full
The Conference will take place on October 21st -22 nd at the Huarte Contemporary Art Centre/Huarteko Arte Garaikide Zentroa and are aimed at professionals in the sector, students and artists interested in Narrative video games and digital creation,
The third '#LabMeCrazy! Science Film Festival', organised by the University of Navarre Science Museum has chosen 35 works from 15 countries. The Spanish productions are from Barcelona, Castellón, Madrid, Murcia and Guipúzcoa.
7 productions with links to Navarre and two audiovisual industry meetings during the 69 th San Sebastian Film Festival
5 Navarran films produced by navarrans, 2 distributed by Golem and the meetings of clusters and the NAEH Euroregion make up the contribution of Navarre to the 69th Zinemaldi. The 69th San Sebastián Film Festival, which ends on September 25th ,
The 9th Navarra, Tierra de Cine Short Film Festival has begun the filming stage after choosing the ten finalists. The ten finalists will shoot their offerings in the locations used for the 9th. Festival: Urdax, Pamplona, Roncal, Lumbier, Estella/Lizarra, Leoz, Viana, Aibar, Cascante
The audiovisual sector in Navarre takes advantage of the agreement between CaixaBank and CREA SGR to make available credit amounting to 100 million Euros
CaixaBank and CREA SGR have signed off on 100 million Euros of credit designed to support the culture, audiovisual and sports sectors in Spain. They are working together to facilitate access to liquidity by the audiovisual sector and the creative
The Navarre Anime Festival (FAN) took place from September 3rd-5th in the Pamplona Planetarium and the Golem cinemas. 21 films and series were shown. In all, there were 21 showings and 19 activities that attracted an audience of 2,500.
The Government of Navarre Department of Culture is providing funding of 1,384,238.87 Euros for the audiovisual sector, by means of five different financial support calls under the common name Generazinema, as part of its strategy for supporting the sector in
The Navarra, Tierra de Cine short film competition has announced the 4th year of its photography competition, looking for photos of the locations used for the 2021 film festival: Urdax, Pamplona, Roncal, Lumbier, Estella/Lizarra, Leoz, Viana, Aibar, Cascante and Arróniz. The