From Tuesday, July 24, to Saturday, July 25, Cazorla will host the Miguel Picazo Film Campus. This event will feature acclaimed directors like Carlos Saura and Montxo Armendariz as well as Pablo Berger and Gracia Querejeta, along with the production company Puy Oria.
The program is designed to teach young professionals and promote the natural enclaves in the area for filming. It is divided into three workshops: "Writing in Images", "From the Idea to the Screen", and "Interpretation before and after the Camera, of improvisation and dialogue".
Antonio Jose Rodriguez, the mayor of Cazorla has confirmed this. He has provided a detailed account of the campus, in which 30 students were selected through a candidacy process. This is a significant step in the city's strategy to support cinema and Miguel Picazo, the Cazorla filmmaker.
Rodriguez stated that the 'campus we organize with the Provincial Council, aims cover the field of teaching to be a showcase in the cultural and educational actions around cinema'. He also stated that the campus will give him the chance to transform Cazorla with its natural park at its forefront into one of the epicenters for the seventh arts during the second fortnight in July.
This cultural initiative will project the municipality and its surrounding areas throughout the country. It will also attract top professionals in the film industry.
Carlos Saura, the director of the film, will attend the opening ceremony and will present a conference about Miguel Picazo. Pablo Berger will lead the campus workshop titled 'Writing images' on cinematographic visual narrative. It will be held from Wednesday, July 18 to Friday, July 20. The workshop, "From the idea to screen", will be held the same day. It will be given by Montxo Armendariz, the director, and Puy Oria the producer. This workshop will help you understand audiovisual creativity.
Finally, and closing the campus, Gracia Querejeta will present the workshop 'Interpretation in front of the camera. The workshop 'Interpretation before the camera: From improvisation to dialog' will take place on Monday, July 23, and conclude on Wednesday, July 25, respectively. There will be activities outside the campus and a screening by Pablo Berger's film, "Abracadabra", starring Maribel Verdu and Antonio de la Torre.