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Posted by: In: News 25 Aug 2008 0 comments

Explora Films participates for the second time in a row in The Nature Film Festival of Namur. The documentary "Penguins, the story of the birds that wanted to be fish" has been selected for the official section in the fourteenth edition of this festival that will take place in Belgium from the 11th to the 19th of October. The Nature Film Festival of Namur has pursued the promotion of the beauties of our planet and its fragilities on the screen since 1995. Furthermore, it has been two years since the festival includes a professional category that extends its participation and reach, as it is considered now as one of the most prestigious film events in Europe. The extraordinary story of these birds in their conquest of the ocean, directed by Fernando Gonzlez Sitges, has already been internationally awarded with a Special Mention to the Photography and Graphics by IWFF Montana, and with its participation in The Wildlife Asian Film Festival (Singapore), The International Environm...

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Posted by: In: News 21 Aug 2008 0 comments

  Exploras latest productions will be introduced during BCWW 2008, mainly to Asian clients. Our goal is to consolidate and expand the international distribution arm of the company within those far territories. This important appointment Explora Films has in the South Korean capital is the result of the initiative of the commercial mission organised by the Spanish Foreign Trade Office (ICEX) and the Federation of Spanish Audiovisual Producers Associations (FAPAE), where a total of 20 Spanish companies participate with an informative pavilion during the event. Explora Films presence at BCWW 2008 market shows the important growth of the companys in-house production with a total of 24 new hours of documentaries. During the market the new productions The Lord of Sipan (1 x 52 & 1 x 85), The Heirs to the Ark (6 x 52), Isolated (6 x 52), Last Free Men (4 x 52), The Tower of Babel (6 x 52) and Eastern Bazaars (1 x 52) will be introduced. Those interested in arrangin...

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