Emiliano De Pablos As Spain moves ever more onto the big-shoot locations industry radar, the Spain Film Commission is experiencing rapid growth of its nationwide network as well as helping to drive the ambitious Spain AVS Hub plan.Following the March 2021 announcement by the Spanish government of the launch of the Spain AVS Hub plan – with a €1.6 billion ($1.7 billion) budget – a Royal Decree in October granted €5 million ($5.3 million) in.
direct support to the SFC for actions eligible for subsidy over 2022-24.“From the very beginning of the AVS Hub plan, the SFC figured as the only truly specialized part of the audiovisual sector – along with a broad spectrum of public departments – that could be instrumental in applying the plan,” said SFC general manager Teresa Azcona.
During her Focus Spain. Keynote: Spain Film Commission, delivered on Wednesday at Toledo’s Conecta Fiction & Entertainment, Azcona outlined the main aspects of the five “highly interrelated projects” that form part of the SFC’s action plan:*The creation of a social network focusing on Spanish talent, with the Spain Film Talent Network, and a special emphasis on women.*The strengthening of the SFC’s territorial network, contributing to the transformation of the audiovisual sector (Spain Film Friendly Land).*An overhaul of SFC’s website, updating contents and formats and transforming the site into a transmedia platform.*The promotion of Spain as an international destination for shoots and audiovisual sector investments under the Shooting in Spain brand – an initiative that has gained momentum from a few years ago.*Spain Virtual Locations: The creation of pilot schemes for 3D models of outstanding monuments, buildings or urban spaces.Read more on variety.com