Camilo Restrepo to teach a workshop at the Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola
The Colombian filmmaker, awarded this year at the Berlinale, will focus on the methodologies and processes of film creation, drawing from their own work and experience.
The programming of the sixth module in the academic syllabus also includes a workshop on home-made emulsions, to be given by Esther Urlus, another dedicated to digital restoration with Lorena Bordigoni, the UPV/EHU summer course entitled 'A critical glance at film festivals: history, culture and politics' and the opening in Artium of the exhibition 'The Festival has run for 24 years. We don't like it', organised in collaboration with the San Sebastián Film Festival.
Marina Palacio will première her new film at the San Sebastián Film Festival
The short film by the filmmaker from San Sebastián will form part of the Zabaltegi-Tabakalera selection.
'Ya no duermo' (I no longer sleep), the debut work by Marina Palacio (San Sebastián, 1996), a member of the first intake year at the Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola, will be premièred at the 68th San Sebastián International Film Festival (SSIFF). The film will be screened in the Zabaltegi-Tabakalera section, San Sebastian Festival’s all-encompassing competitive section.
Matías Piñeiro will be the coordinator of the Filmmaking Studies Postgraduate Course of Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola
Piñeiro succeeds Laida Lertxundi who has put aside her relationship with teaching to focus on her artistic practice
The Argentinean filmmaker ("La princesa de Francia", "Hermia y Helena", "Isabella") has premiered his films at events such as the San Sebastian Film Festival, Berlinale, Locarno, Toronto, Bafici and Viennale
The SSIFF and EQZE organise the course ‘Critical approaches to film festivals’
The course will run from September 1-3 within UPV/EHU's Summer Course programme
The course is an introduction to festival studies, establishing dialogues between the past, present and future. The talks will address a historical analysis of international film festivals and their relationship with the main contemporary social and political changes, while the round tables will open a space for discussion on the present and future of these cinematic gatherings.
The Elías Querejeta Film School publishes its report on the 2018-2019 Academic Year
'HIPOTESI(S) 1:' the school's first publication, was also presented.
Carlos Muguiro: 'the important thing, which is difficult to measure in quantitative terms, is this project's power to bring about social and personal transformation in the medium term'.
The admissions period for the 2020-2021 academic year at Elías Querejeta Film School to open soon
The admission period begins on 1 February and ends on 15 May