"Facilitators" for the cultural industry in general and audiovisual industry in particular with a multi-disciplinary service excellence approach aimed at a positive impact on society: production, intermediation, management, promotion, diffusion and distribution of shows, cultural and audiovisual activities; as well as the representation and integral management of the artists' professional career.
Interview with Marc Martí
We are very happy to have come this year again; we have presented another short and Sergi gave a talk this morning, but we would have come anyways, given the treatment we had last year and the contacts we made. Read more...
Interview with Daniel Monzón
I was seven or eight years old when I fell in love with cinema. Once of my grandmothers took me to see “King Kong” in a film club. I remember it as if it was yesterday, like an epiphany, I fell completely in love with that film; I could not think of anything else... Read more...
Interview with Christian Sampedro
Although I did that too, I used to act at my house’s courtyard and the neighbors gave me some money, but the real cause of change was my uncle, he was working at the filming of the second installment of “The Lute” (The Lute II: Tomorrow I’ll be Free, 1988). They needed a child, he mentioned he had a nephew, and he took me to the set so that I could appear as an extra. I was just eight years old, saw myself in the middle of the set and thought to myself, “I really like all of this, this is what I want to do” and from that point on no one could convince me otherwise... Read more...
GIRLS' FOURTH SEASON
The insolent TV series that was written, starred and directed (among other things) by Lena Dunham has released its fourth season. This HBO creation tells the sufferings of four twentyish friends who are living (in) New York. The series has been more criticized than loved. People seem to have forgotten that “Girls” doesn’t aim to be a real cult series or to get a good mark in Filmaffinity but it is a project who wants to represent itself, a young production looking for its universe and wasting pioneering spirit. Read more
WINNERS 2015 GOYA AWARS
2015 Goya Awards were celebrated last Saturday 7 February, aired as every year on Channel 1 of Televisión Española. The ceremony, hosted by the actor and stand-up comedian Dani Rovira was characterized by its excessive duration, but also by a handful of great moments as were the initial musical number, which ended with a standing ovation from the audience, and the long but very emotional discourse of Antonio Banderas. Read more
MEETING WITH ERNESTO SEVILLA
On February 3 a meeting with the actor, comedian, producer, writer and TV host Ernesto Sevilla was held in La Fábrica (Madrid), on the occasion of the inauguration of a new category within the short film festival Notodofilmfest: the LG Award for Best Short film Recorded With A Mobile Phone, sponsored, as its name suggests, by the electronics company LG. Sevilla, as a regular contributor to the festival Read more