More than 100 films from 20 countries to be screened from 15 to 20 March.
The collective audiovisual project, which asks eight contemporary filmmakers to write a filmed letter to another director, will be shown at the festival’s closing ceremony.
Tickets are now on sale on the festival website and at the box office at Baluarte, the chief venue of Punto de Vista.
The three audiovisual pieces designed will be screened at the beginning of each session at the festival.
Once again, Paisaia will bring together the most recent Basque-Navarrese short films and its filmmakers. Special sessions will also include a piece by the American composer Pauline Oliveros and a screening of Jeune femme à sa fenêtre lisant une lettre, filmmaker Jean Claude-Rousseau’s first film.