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  • More than 61 titles at Princesa of the 40 films. The most viewed films were: "Carmina or Blow up", "Encierro Bull Running in Pamplona", "Alpha", "I'm dating you not", "The extraordinary tale (of the times table)", "Ali", "Hear's the deal", "A gun in each hand"

  • International journalists were able to do more than 170 interviews with actors, directors, and producers of the 17 participating films.

  • International buyers from Germany, Italy, United States and France were the most active in this market.


With the objective of creating during this 3-days event a unique business space, international buyers, Spanish producers, sales companies and international media have had the opportunity to see the latest releases of our Spanish Cinema, as well as interviewing our film directors, actors and producers.

This is the only platform designed for the international sales of the Spanish Film Industry in Spain, and that will also take place in some other main European capitals like Cannes or Berlin. Its celebrated in the city of Madrid. The CC Conde Duque has been the meeting point and Princesa Cinema for the screenings for the international buyers.

This edition of Madrid de Cine was god-fathered by actor Jose Coronado.

Madrid de Cine programme included:

  • Screenings.

  • Film market: with meeting points, video library, meeting areas, information booth, internet facilities, pigeon-holes for all participants, as well as, free self service catering.

  • Sales Offices.

Attendants:

Screening films of the International Buyers and Videolibrary

International buyers were shown during 3 days in 3 passes. More than 61 titles at Princesa Cinema of the 40 films. The most viewed were "Carmina or Blow up", "Encierro Bull Running in Pamplona", "Alpha", "I'm dating you not", "The extraordinary tale (of the times table)", "Ali", "Hear's the deal", "A gun on each hand", and there's a catalog in the Videolibrary with more than 110 titles.

72 buyers from 29 countries and international press media from almost 35 different media (journals, magazines, TV and radios) which are the most influential ones of Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Venezuela, UK, Portugal, France, Greece, USA, Latin America, etc. The different media covering the junket were: Film Dienst, Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, DPA y Deutshlanradio, from Germany; Kinema Junpo de Japan; Magazine Bogocine, from Colombia, The Film Quarterly y Somostv, from USA, Le Film Francais, From France; Expresso, Corriere de la Sera y La Republica, from Italia; Greece National TV ;El Universal, from México; Expresso, from Portugal; Vértigo Magazine, from UK; and correspondents of different media from Spain.

Junket press

Almost 30 different media (journals, magazines, TV and radios) which are the most influential of Germany, Italy, UK, Japan, Mexico, Venezuela Portugal, France Greece, USA, Latin America, etc. attended.

International journalists were able to do more than 170 interviews with actors, directors, and producers of the 17 participating films, it is worth mentioning those made to Pablo Berger and Macarena García, "Blancanieves"; Jorge Torregrosa and Daniel Grao, "The End"; Fernando Colomo, "Picasso Gang"; Oriol Paulo, Jose Coronado Belén Rueda and Hugo Silva, "The Body"; Olivier Van Der Zee and Paco Sánchez, "Encierro Bull Running in Pamplona", José Luis Cuerda, por "All is silence", Daniel Calparsoro, Adriana Ugarte and Alex González, "Combustión", Cesc Gay, Leonor Watling and Eduardo Noriega, "A gun in each hand"; Gracia Querejeta and Belén López, "15 years and one day"; Paco León and María León, "Carmina or blow up", Gerardo Herrero and Mariela Besuievsky, "Thesis on a homicide".

Other activities

FAPAE in the framework of the Eighth Edition of Madrid de Cine Spanish Film Screenings, has presented in a meeting with the national and international press, the most recent data on Spanish cinema, which are unpublished and prepared exclusively by FAPAE from the information provided by Rentrak, and the European Audiovisual Observatory.

More information: http://www.fapae.es/verListadoPrensa.asp?id=16&tipo=comunica&url=verListadoPrensa.asp


FAPAE-RENTRAK Award to the Spanish film with the greatest international impact in 2013

The "FAPAE-Rentrak award to the Spanish Film with the Greatest International Impact in 2013, given by FAPAE, has been awarded to the film The Impossible, produced by Apaches Entertainment and Telecinco Cinema, and directed by Juan Antonio Bayona.

Pedro Perez, President of FAPAE, Jose Antonio Félez, President of AEC, Arturo Guillen, Vicepresident Rentrak Europe and this edition's patron of honor at Madrid Film Screenings (Madrid de Cine), Jose Coronado, gave the award to the producers of the film Enrique López Lavigne, Belén Atienza, Ghislain Barrois y Álvaro Augustin.

The objective of this award is, on one hand, to recognize and promote the work of Spanish producers internationally and, on the other hand, to particularly acknowledge their contribution to the projection of Spain's image and Spanish cinema abroad.