The conference has started this morning in Patio Herreriano, Valladolid, in the framework of the 63rd Seminci, counting with a large influx of professionals.
Spain Film Comission’s website has released a new section to promote Film Tourism and position Spain as a shooting destination, ensuring the visibility of this activity through different initiatives that emphasise the relation between cinema and tourism.
Tenerife Film Commission promotes more sustainable shootings through a Decalogue of best practices for audio-visual productions
By means of this document, it is intended that the national and international shootings that take place on this island are more respectful with the environment.
"La vida lliure", filmed in Menorca by Marc Recha, was awarded as the best film by San Sebastián-Gipuzkoa Film Commission.
This film has won the prize for “being able to reflect the essence of Menorca in its images with the consequent repercussion of the location.
New services on the Spain Film Commission's website for professionals and audiovisual production companies
A wide list of links to the Production Guidelines by Communities, to associations and entities of the audiovisual sector and to the national industry agreements is incorporated into the Shooting in Spain section
SEMINCI will receive the 2nd Spanish Conference about Shootings and Cinematographic Tourism, with Portugal as a guest country.
On the 24th and 25th October, Spain Film Commission and Valladolid Film Office co-organize a cycle of technical conferences in the Museum of Spanish Contemporary Art “Patio Herreriano” in Valladolid.
In these sessions, beside of reputable professionals, representors of PROFILM and APPA and experts associated with the Spain Film Commission and the network of Cities Cencyl+, will take part as speakers.