In 2018 the Congress has seen the participation of some member companies of the Cluster
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Educational technology and audio-visual companies met in a session aimed at exploring new forms of collaboration
With Pere Claveria (Terrassa Film Office / Parc Audiovisual de Catalunya), Eugeni Osàcar (CETT-UB), Carlota Guerrero (Catalunya Film Comission), Patrick Torrent (Agència Catalana de Turisme-ACT) and Jaume Banacolocha (Diagonal TV).
Organised by the Cluster, around sixty agents from the audio-visual industry visited the Audio-visual Park of Catalonia
The new presidency begins a new stage based on the strengthening of the Cluster and focusing on internationalization of the Audiovisual sector
The round table had top-notch participants such as David Matamoros, Madeleine Ekman (Zentropa Sweden), Martin Kofoed (Danish Film Institute), Petar Mitric (Copenhagen University) and Ton Lladó
The session, held at the TecnoCampus in Mataró, had the support of the Catalan Audio-visual Cluster
Work day for partners only which the Cluster organised together with ACCIÓ about the Eastern Europe audio-visual market: Poland, Croatia, Slovenia
New strategies and success stories with Lavinia Next (Ideas & Solution Factory at Lavinia Group), ‘La Caixa’ Foundation and Agència &Rosàs (with the ALMA project), ZOOPA Creative Studio and Nestlé TV
The conference was part of the “ChIMERA – Innovative Cultural & Creative Clusters in the Mediterranean Area” project, a programme created for the networking of clusters and institutions in the creative and cultural sectors