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 Navarre. The grants are aimed at the production and development stages of feature films, as well as the promotion and programming of film
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 last date for accepting entries is September 20th.
The short documentary "Kutxi de Berriozar", by the Navarran director Cristian Ruiz Carreras, has been shown at the Navarre Film Library this week. It focuses on Kutxi Romero, from his relationship with his roots and his inner circle, using 15 voices to narrate the journey of the Navarran musician from his purest flamenco roots to his role as founder of the group Marea.
Once again, Conecta FICTION has chosen Pamplona as its audiovisual production hub from September 13th-16th
The event's fifth year will be in hybrid format: in person at Baluarte from September 13th-16th, with online activities from September 13th-24th. This is the second stage of this year’s event, after the solely online format held last June.