The self-employed and companies in the Navarre cultural sectors can apply for direct financial support from July 20th
Navarre has activated the 67.6 million Euro financial assistance package promoted by the Spanish Government aimed at easing the socio-economic effects that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the main sectors, including the audiovisual sector.
The Navarran training centre RODOIA, a Navarre Audiovisual Cluster (CLAVNA) partner has organised several courses for the September-December period: Conceptual art for animation productions and video games PHOTOSHOP with ADOBE certification Drone handling.
The film recreates the return journeys of hundreds of women from Navarre and Aragon who went to work in the espadrille industry in the French Basque Country.
This initiative is two-pronged, on the one hand to promote tourism in the Community of Navarre through fiction and the format of film, and on the other hand to promote Navarre as a movie set, underling its diverse climate, landscape and culture, making it the only festival of its kind in Navarre. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfDdiQdhKiY
The “PETRUS” project highlights local Navarran art and rural development by means of film and video-installation
The multi-platform “PETRUS” project by the film-maker Helena Bengoetxea and Haruru Filmak, combines, film, audiovisual arts and heritage as a way of promoting local art in Izagaondoa, Ibargoiti, Valdorba, Unciti, Ezcabarte and Aezkoa valleys.