From today until Saturday February 15 is celebrated in Bilbao ‘Tracking, Media Trash Days’. A multidisciplinary festival with artists from film, TV, drama series, music, comics, humor, internet have become references in popular culture through the platforms of the digital era.
The festival, a collaboration between Caostica and Borja Crespo, offers training workshops as the ‘Free workshop production and distribution of film on line’ and panel discussions, screenings, talks, lectures, presentations, actions and performances that represent specialized guests multiple possibilities for cross-media and using the Internet as a source of inspiration and distribution agent. Topics as videoblogs & webseries, sitcoms, viral, video, visual, crowdfunding, artists aside, blogs, digital fanzines, video games, comics, movies, tv will address…
Statewide stand out as Julián Hernández (Siniestro Total), Pepe Colubi (Ilustres Ignorantes), Alberto González (El Intermedio), David Sainz y Teresa Segura (Malviviendo, Obra 67), Paco Alcázar (El Jueves), Nacho Vigalondo (Los Cronocrímenes, Extraterrestre), El Hematocrítico o Miriam Piquer (Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi), among others. Representing Bilbao and Euskadi, Borja Pérez (Qué vida más triste), Pedro Rivero (Birdboy), Ramón Churruca, Josu Eguren (El Correo), Axel Casas (VHS), Jorge Nuñez (Espacio Puerta), Rijuana Tramontana or El Reno Renardo.
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