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
Ibermedia to earmark 30,000 dollars for EQZE to establish ten grants for students during the 2020-2021 academic year
The assessment team praised the soundness of the project, the institutional support it receives and the outstanding level of the teaching staff
For the first time, the San Sebastian Festival shares its documentary archive with the citizens
Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola and the Festival will present, on December 7 in Tabakalera, the research work carried out on archive materials from the years 1976 to 1980
The founder of the distribution company Ciné-Femmes International, Vivian Ostrovsky, will recall the cycle of films made by women which ran in 1978. There will be a screening of ‘Expediente’, directed by Carlos Rodríguez Sanz and Manuel Coronado, Golden Shell for best short film in 1977, and a performative intervention by Luis López Carrasco and Raúl Liarte.
Gabriel Azorín will represent EQZE in the sixth edition of Ikusmira Berriak
Jaione Camborda, Diego Céspedes, Elena Martín Gimeno and Jessica Sarah Rinland complete the program
For the first time, the residency will last eight weeks - two more than the last edition. The five filmmakers will arrive in Tabakalera on 2 March, where they will have time to develop their projects until 12 April.