May 12, 2021

‘What comes’ will be held in Tudela and Corella from May 12 to 14



Tudela (Navarra), March 26 (EFE) .- Tudela and Corella will host from May 12 to 14 a new edition of ‘What comes,’ the film and series festival organized by the Association of Cinematographic Informants of Spain and promoted by the EDER Consortium.

The event, according to the organization in a statement, will once again have a mixed format to comply with health security measures: part of the presentations and assistance will be face-to-face, but there will also be the opportunity to attend online and be accredited to follow the activities via ‘streaming’.

During those days, the specialized press and the audiovisual sector will meet to present a preview of the great premieres both in film and television that will take place over the next few months and discuss the main current issues.

“Prominent agents in the sector are confirming their attendance in a program that will unfold over the next few weeks,” they say from the organization.

On this occasion, the contest will have a special dedication to animation and non-fiction proposals, two fields in full swing, with the presence in the section of master classes by Spanish professionals with a brilliant international career.

The round tables that are held will take the pulse of the situation of the industry, with special attention to the present and the immediate future of the showrooms, the sector most affected by the pandemic.

Another of the topics that will be addressed in those three days in May will be audiovisual tourism, which starts from the attraction of knowing the locations of movies and television series as an economic lever after the sanitary restrictions.

‘What comes’ is organized by the Association of Cinematographic Informants of Spain (AICE) and promoted by the EDER Consortium. It is sponsored by the Government of Navarra, Tourism of Navarra, the Community of Bardenas Reales and the Enhol Group and with the collaboration of the town councils of Tudela and Corella, the Corella School of Art and Design and the Ministry of Culture and Sport

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