Enrique Cerezo, president of Egeda, the Entity for the Management of Rights of Spanish Audiovisual Producers, has been distinguished by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) for the "work of linking the culture industry" with tourism.
As Egeda reported this Friday, during the course of the 41st General Assembly, held in St. Petersburg, Cerezo has received public recognition for 800 people from 170 countries for the work he has developed "in favor of the cultural and cultural industries. tourism "through the Platinum Awards of Ibero-American Cinema and other activities of the entity.
A recognition he has received from the UNWTO Secretary General, Zurab Pololikashvili and the acting Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism of Spain, Reyes Maroto.
Specifically, the Platinum Awards of Latin American Cinema bring together a large part of the audiovisual industry of the 23 countries that make up the Latin American community.
Created in 2014 at the initiative of Egeda – in collaboration with the Ibero-American Federation of Cinematographic and Audiovisual Producers and with the support of Xcaret, the Academies of Ibero-American Cinema, Latin Artist and the Aisge Foundation – in its latest edition they linked with the 17 Development Objectives Sustainable 2030 Agenda.
"The link between the audiovisual industry and tourism is undeniable. The public's interest in visiting the places where films or series of large audiences have been filmed is growing all over the world," added Egeda, an entity that has entered Be part of the World Tourism Organization as an affiliated member.
In this sense, Miguel Ángel Benzal, general director of Egeda, has proposed during the assembly to the affiliated members a series of initiatives to link "even more" the culture industry with tourism as "to propose a policy of fiscal incentives and of another nature "for the attraction of audiovisual productions.
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