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Five projects from different Spanish schools win the 1st Netflix and Turespaña short film competition

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The winning proposals will receive 7,000 euros for the shooting, production and post-production of their short film


Five projects from schools in Zaragoza, Asturias, Barcelona, ​​​​​​Granada and Lugo were the winners of the first short film competition “How would you say that Spain is without saying it?”, an initiative developed by Netflix and Turespaña that this aims to show, of course, through audiovisual pieces, the cultural, environmental and recreational wealth of Spain.

In a statement, it was reported that the selected short films “Las Alcahuetas” by Cpifp Los Enlaces de (Zaragoza), “Ayalga” by CIFP Cislan de Langreo (Asturias), “L’Enxaneta” by IPF Hospitalet (Barcelona), ‘El Patio ‘ from Escav de (Granada) and ‘Amortraveler’ from Cprtic (Lugo).

The five award-winning projects went through two selection phases in front of two different juries and were selected from a total of 43 applications from 30 educational centers, for which they will receive 7,000 euros to realize these short films between July and December 2022. under the guidance of the Center and the supervision of Netflix and Turespaña.

These projects have been recognized for their creativity and originality, their innovation, the evolution of the proposal, the potential of the team to achieve it and the incorporation into history of elements that make Spain a unique destination such as heritage, culture and traditions selected. , gastronomy or its natural landscapes.

The director of Grow Creative at Netflix Spain and president of the jury, Susana Casares, confirmed that the call was “a total success”, both in terms of the number of training centers and projects presented and the quality and professionalism shown
students in their proposals and presentations.

For her part, Turespaña’s Deputy Director General for International Marketing, Blanca Pérez-Sauquillo, added that the young looks of the participating students gave “great freshness and originality” to the different ways of showing the lesser-known part of Spain.

Source europapress.es

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