Opening call for the submission of film proposals for the Official Section of the 17th Punto de Vista Festival
The deadline for the submission of films for the International Documentary Film Festival of Navarra will be the 20th of September.
The festival brought together more than 6,500 spectators at the different screenings and other activities run in Pamplona from 14th to 19th March.
Pascale Bodet's Baleh-baleh wins the Grand Prize for Best Film in a list of films directed mostly by female filmmakers.
From 14th to 19th March around 100 films will be shown in more than 60 sessions programmed by the festival, which will also include talks, performances and even a walk along the river Arga.
More than 100 films from over 20 countries to be screened from 14 to 19 March.
Film screenings, talks, performances, meetings with film-makers and sessions for children to take place in Pamplona from 14th to 19th March.
This latest announcement, which includes a free hand, performances and the world première of a documentary about the work of Elena Asins in collaboration with the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, completes the festival programme
The festival is to become a family-friendly event by setting up for several days a space for children between six months and twelve years old, available to both accredited people and the general public.
Highlights of its programme are screenings accompanied by the film-makers in Pasaia and Termitas, the talk by Paulino Viota, the "cine-conference" and the round table about the retrospective on the origins of documentary film in Morocco, as well as the NaparDocs meeting of production companies
The jury for the X Films project consists of Anna Manubens, Miquel Martí Freixas and Catarina Boieiro