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May 9 2017
The CinemadaMare Festival goes to Barcelona with the participation of ESDi

More than a hundred young talents will participate in the 15th edition of CinemadaMare 2017, a traveling campus for future filmmakers that will travel 5,200 kilometers in 12 weeks and will land in Barcelona, ​​where participants can produce and film their short films.


This is the first time that "the world’s largest traveling film campus" leaves its native Italy to reach the Catalan capital on July 14, from where participants will depart to the base camp to be set up in Vilafranca del Penedès


For a week you will be able to find the best locations and inspiration to shape a short film that will participate in the Weekly Competition. The young promises of the cinema will also enter an international competition of shorts. They will participate with the works that will have served them to obtain a place in the festival. All of them, produced and realized before the celebration of CinemadaMare.


The festival, created in 2003 by Italian journalist Franco Rina, will feature for this edition with the participation of renowned filmmakers from the city such as Luci Lenox, Judith Colell, Enric Folch or Sergi Dolade, with the mission of imparting a masterclass and workshops in the Campus of Vilafranca del Penedès.

 

 

Places reserved for ESDi students


Thanks to the agreement that has the ESDi Superior School of Design with CinemadaMare, there will be 5 places reserved for students of the School who want to participate in the campus of Vilafranca, as well as two more weeks in the itinerant festival. The agreement with the international festival is a good opportunity for students of ESDi, in their different curricular itineraries, to feel the routines and mechanisms of an audiovisual proposal of these magnitudes closely.

So far, young people from Kenya, Iran, Ecuador, the United States, Pakistan, China, Indonesia, Tanzania, Spain or Russia have already participated in the experience of CinemadaMare, among them ESDi teachers and audiovisual creators Anaïs Llàcer and René Ferrero.