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Film School UPCT Mediterranean and bring filmmakers and writers to give master classes in Cartagena (04/06/2015)

Goya winner Berger will speak tonight after the screening of his film 'Snow White' in the Cinematheque in Cartagena

Promote cinephile culture is the objective that the Polytechnic University of Cartagena (UPCT) and Mediterranean Film School pursued with the signing tomorrow Friday at the Center for Production of Digital Content (CPDC) UPCT at 10:00 , a framework cooperation agreement by which many known writers and filmmakers made open to the public and free of the film industry lectures.

Thanks to this agreement, the UPCT begins today to host seminars to bring the world of cinema to all concerned in this matter.

Another activity that will take place will be the cycle "Thursdays La Base", which will run on Thursdays during the months of June and July with four lectures in which professionals from the world of celluloid teach his vision and experience field.

In addition, the School of Film and Cartagena Polytechnic University will study creating specialist courses, own degree or Master in production and post-production of audiovisual content, written and directed by tapes.

The first "master class" is taught on Thursday in Cartagena delegation of the Regional Film (in the Cultural Hall Sabadell-CAM) by Pablo Berger, director of "Torremolinos 73" and winning ten awards Goya "Snow White" setting out in "Snow White: write with images" after viewing the film at 19:00 the creative process followed during the filming of the film, and his reflections on the office of the director and the screenwriter and the mechanism that applies to the address of his texts as a writer.

The Mediterranean Film School, first in the region of Murcia, is a project created by Berger, academic director of the school, own four renowned professionals in the audiovisual sector and the cinema: Paul Belda, who has worked with Carlos Saura or Ramon Barea among others, will be in charge of the Department of Photography;

Paul More, with extensive experience as an editor and director of several documentaries for TVE and, among others, the film "All women" by Mariano Barroso, will be in charge of editing and postproduction area;

and Antonio Conesa, director of successful television series such as "Journalists", will address the operations Screenplay and Direction.

The presentation of the School of Film and attend the signing of the agreement UPCT rector, Jose Antonio Franco, the head of the CPCD, Juan Luis Pedroza, and the coordinators of the School of Cinema of the Mediterranean, the filmmakers Paul Berger, Paco Belda Paul Mas and Antonio Conesa.

Source: UPCT

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