Elevating Navarre’s profile as a gathering level for the European and Latin American audiovisual business, its capital, Pamplona, hosts over June 17-20 the third version of Conecta Fiction, the Europe-America TV collection co-production and networking occasion.

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After celebrating its first two editions in Galicia’s Santiago de Compostela, Conecta strikes to Baluarte, the Congress Heart and Auditorium of Navarre, additionally headquarter each March of the Worldwide Documentary Movie Pageant Punto de Vista.

One other landmark for the audiovisual sector, Lo que viene, a competition centered on upcoming Spanish movie and TV releases, unspools in Tudela, within the Navarrese Ribera.

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“Conecta Fiction three involves fill our must be a showcase in a market atmosphere,” says Javier Lacunza, common supervisor of Navarre Tradition, Sports activities and Leisure Infrastructures (NICDO).

“The assembly comes at an acceptable second, coinciding with the Spanish TV drama increase and having positioned itself terribly in simply two editions as a reference level for collection co-production,” he says.

“Navarre desires to develop as an audiovisual business and Conecta might help to place the concentrate on the area, attracting potential traders,” says Inside Content material’s Geraldine Gonard, Conecta Fiction director.

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On June 17, sponsored by Spanish pubcaster RTVE, there shall be a primary Conecta Fiction Suppose Tank, a brand new format designed for professionals who wish to share and study from the expertise of key figures within the European and American audiovisual sectors.

Vindicating Navarrese landscapes and historical past, the Suppose Tank takes throughout a go to to Navarra’s Bardenas Reales Nationwide Park, declared a Unesco Biosphere Reserve and used as an iconic location for movie and TV productions. Later, the consultants will analyze the way forward for the TV fiction content material on the Fort-Royal Palace of Olite.

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“Conecta Fiction must be yet another ingredient enhancing the expansion of our territory and its audiovisual business sector. We hope for a return on the occasion when it comes to shoots, relationships and new tasks,” Lacunza says.

Conecta Fiction three is backed by the regional authorities of Navarre by enterprise growth arm Sodena, the Navarra Movie Fee and the SGAE Basis, with the collaboration of Baluarte and Clavna, the audiovisual cluster for Navarre.

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