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Red Led

Red Led works on top spanish and international production projects. The recording studio is focused on recording, mixing or/and mastering all type of music production, except the symphonic one. Apart from the 40 m2 control room, it is included a 80 m2 general use area with an hyperarmonic piano room, a 15 m2 mid-dead room, […]  More

Posted: June 4, 2011
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Continental Coruña

GRUPO CONTINENTAL is an audio-visual production company with offices in Corunna, Madrid and Barcelona. It has five areas of activity: Continental Cine, Continental Televisión, Continental Spot, Continental Consulting and Continental Animación Continental started its activities back in 1990, as an outlet for the growth and experience accumulated in the audio-visual sector by Pancho Casal and […]  More

Posted: June 4, 2011
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Filmax International

The Filmax Group ranges from local Spanish films to high level international productions and strategic alliances with other producers. Filmax International is the world wide distribution arm of the FILMAX Group, created to access international markets. It essentially focuses on its own production and occasionally on other productions which fit with the rest of the […]  More

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Sae Institute Madrid

SAE Institute Madrid offers media education in the fields of Audio Engineering, Music Business, Electronic Music Producer and Audio Production (BA / BSc Hons Audio Production – validated by Middlesex University, UK).  More

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Media Business School

One of the foremost training and R&D centres in Europe, the Media Business School has the backing of the MEDIA PLUS Programme of the European Union, the Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales de España (ICAA), the government of Andalucía and the City of Ronda (Malaga). The Media Business School also has the […]  More

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Escuela De Artes Visuales – School Of Visual Arts

The School of Visual Arts was founded in 1988. The school offers the following courses: The Certificate Program in Film is aimed at young people who want to immerse themselves in the film world with a solid training both theoretical and practical. Within this framework, students will be exposed to different areas of practical exercises, […]  More

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Associació D’Actors I Directors Professionals De Catalunya (AADPC)

The AADPC was created in 1981 as a result of the 1977 Trade Union Liberalistation laws. It is a non-profit making organization which is at the same time a professional, self-governing, independent trade Union. It unites actors, directors and set designers who are resident in Catalonia and who are able to work all over the […]  More

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Ministerio de Cultura

The Ministry of Culture oversees the Film and Audio-visual Arts Institute (ICAA) which is an autonomous body that plans support policies for the film industry and audio-visual production. The ICAA is chaired by the Minister of Culture.There are four offices that come under the General Department; General Secretariat, Office of Support to the Film and […]  More

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Bilbao International Festival Of Documentary And Short Film

The Bilbao International Festival of Documentary and Short Films is recognized as an international event of a competitive nature by the International Federation of Associations of Film Producers (F.I.A.P.F.).  The festival has been held in Bilbao since 1959. Screenings of the official selection take place in three categories (documentary, fiction and animation). Films and video […]  More

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Animac

Animac is the International Animation Film Festival of Catalonia, and is organised by Lleida City Council and the Government of Catalonia. It was created in 1996. Animac is a non-competitive film festival aimed at artists who use animation as an instrument of personal expression. It goes  beyond the limits of traditional narrative and seeks visionaries […]  More

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Cinestesia (Nisi Masa Spanish Section)

Cinestesias is a Spanish association of young people whose main activities are focused on cinema and the audiovisual arts. Its main goal is to promote the culture of cinema as a vehicle for diversity and open discussion, as well as the expression of new, younger perspectives. The association organises activities around engaged films and discussions […]  More

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Tesela

Tesela Cinematographic Productions was created in mid-1998 to produce 2 or 3 feature films a year. Since its establishment, it has focussed on new directors. The company has worked with Achero Manas, Alberto Rodríguez, Santi Amodeo, Daniel Sánchez Arévalo in their debut film and has produced films by renowned directors such as Eduardo Mignogna, Adolfo […]  More

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Bee’s Pictures

Bee’s Pictures is based on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain, close to some of the world’s most popular and dramatic locations. The company was formed in 1996. Bee’s Pictures provides services in equipment rental, casting and location scouting in mainland Spain and Portugal, the Balearic and Canary Isles and Morocco. It also facilitates […]  More

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Andalusia Film Commission

Andalusia Film Commission is a nonprofit institution that aims to promote Andalusia as a place of shooting and support companies and professionals of the audiovisual industry in the logistics of their productions. Since its inception in 1998, Andalucía Film Commission reports on possible locations in Andalusia and coordinates the audiovisual industry and production companies with […]  More

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A watermelon is a watermelon: The films of Tsai Ming-liang

Coordinated by Marcelo Panozzo Available only in Spanish A study on Malaysia born Tsai Ming-liang, the first of the kind to be published in Spain. The publication was coordinated by Marcelo Panozzo and includes some texts by critics such as Kent Jones, Javier Porta Fouz, Pablo Schanton, Hilario J. Rodríguez and Diego Trerotola, Price: 8 €  More

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Gijon International Film Festival

Gijon International Film Festival origins date back to 1963. The first year it was held it was called Certamen Internacional de Cine y TV Infantil (International Children’s cinema and TV contest). Few other names has been used in the past, it was not until 1988 that Gijón International Film Festival was officially adopted as the […]  More

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Tenerife International Film Festival

The Tenerife Film Festival is presented with the support of the Tenerife Film Commission. The festival has as its objective the promotion of cinematographic art by presenting films of quality and entertainment. It is an annual event based in the south of Tenerife with viewing venues around the Island, possibly each film is presented twice. […]  More

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Federation of Spanish Audiovisual Producer Associations (FAPAE)

The Federation of Spanish Audiovisual Producer Assoociations (FAPAE) is a non-profit organisation which brings together almost all of the companies dedicated to the production of film, television and publicity in Spain. It is currently made up by almost 400 production companies which form associations based on their area of expertise, geography or other reasons particular […]  More

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Interview With Byambasuren Davaa

http://www.futuremovies.co.uk/filmmaking.asp?ID=178 by Michelle Thomas An interview with the Germany-based Mongolian director Byambasuren Davaa. She was nominated for the Best Foreign Film at the Academy Awards in 2005 with her debut film The Story of a Weeping Camel.  More

Posted: June 2, 2011
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Mongolian Cinema: Mongol Kino

http://www.kisetsuga.com/mongolkino/index.html By John Wells A webpage with the complete list of the fiction films produced from 1936 to 1990 by Mongol Kino, the national film production studio. The list of films produced after 1991 in the post-Socialist period is also available.  More

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Mongolian Selected Filmography

http://userpage.fu-berlin.de/%7Ecorff/im/Film/refkino.html#toc10.2 by Diane Gabrysiak A list of selected Mongolian films (pre and post 1990), co-productions (with China, Russia and others) and documentaries on Mongolian topics.  More

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A Survey Of Cinema Making On Mongolia

http://userpage.fu-berlin.de/~corff/im/Film/mongolkino_article.html#toc3 by Diane Gabrysiak In this short essay, the author reviews several foreign films set in the Mongolian context, and looks at the mythical image of the Mongolian national hero, Gingis Khan.  More

Posted: June 2, 2011
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Mongolian Art And Culture – History Of Mongolian Cinema

A short introduction to the history of Mongolian cinema.  More

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Mongolian Movies Co.

Production company of documentary director Tumendemberel Sarantuya  More

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Art

Production company of Badamsuren Nagnaidorj, the director of Heritage.  More

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Orchlon

Production Company of Alganii Khee (35mm, 2000)  More

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Khimorii

Production Company of The Legend of the Mother’s Milk (video, 2000)  More

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Urgu Cinema

A government-owned film theatre built in the late 1980s by the Russians.  More

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Ard Cinema

A government-owned film theatre built in the late 1960s. The designer was a Bulgarian architect.  More

Posted: June 2, 2011
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Federation Of Japanese Films Industry Inc.

Visit the website for news, events and updates regarding the Federation.  More

Posted: June 2, 2011
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