I Meeting Shooting in Spain
James Costos, Spain Film Commission honorary Ambassador, will host the meeting between members of Spanish and North American audiovisual industries
The I Meeting Shooting in Spain that will take place on 7 and 8/11 in Los Angeles is an initiative promoted by Spain Film Commission with the following objectives:
- Establish communication and experiences links with North American audiovisual industry
- Attract film shootings to Spain, spreading the full potential of the country, including film tourism
- Contribute to the future Spanish audiovisual Hub the professional relationships created in Lons Angeles with the main protagonists of North American industry
The business meeting will bring together prominent members of the Spanish audiovisual industry, institutional representatives of the Secretary of State for Tourism, and ICEX - Invest in Spain as well as representatives of film commissions and film offices of Valencia, the Canary Islands Andalusia, Valladolid, Mallorca and Aragon. On November 7 and 8, discussion tables will take place, besides business presentations and bilateral meetings between producers, agencies and major California film studios.
The agenda includes a reception organized by the Consulate of Spain in Los Angeles attended by representatives of Spanish companies and institutions in the city as well as members of the Government of California and the City Hall of Los Angeles.
The I Meeting Shooting in Spain counts with the collaboration of the Secretary of State for Tourism and ICEX - Invest in Spain and the sponsorship of Grupo Secuoya and Mediapro Services. Efe News is the media partner of the initiative