I am introducing my novel “21 Days of Rage” in two different places this week: at the Public Library of Sant Sadurní d’Anoia (Spain) and at the Alibri Bookshop in Barcelona. And on December 12th I will introduce it at the Ateneu Igualadí in Igualada (Spain).
It’s a pleasure to announce that the production company Fish Corb Films has signed me up to develop a TV series along with David Pujol and Miguel García. It’s a privilege to work with such professional and creative minds like them.
The classes at the Escola Catalana de Cinema i Televisió of Lleida (Spain) started on Monday 23rd September. There are 18 students enrolled and they all share a contagious passion for cinema. Another adventure that takes off, which I feel extremely proud to be part of.
I will be launching my novel “21 Days of Rage” on Friday 30th September at 19:30 at the Cafè del Teatre in Lleida (Spain). I will do another book launching one week later, on Thursday 26th September at 19:00 at the SomNegra book store in Barcelona (www.somnegra.com). For those who are still not sure of assisting, I want to let you know that there will be a glass of “cava” offered to all assistants.
After more than seven years working on the novel “21 days of rage”, Madrid’s publisher Tierra Trivium (grupotierratrivium.com) will publish it. The presentation of the book will take place on Thursday 26th September at the Som Negra bookshop in Barcelona. I will publish here the dates of the presentations in Lleida, Madrid and other Spanish cities.
From Monday 8th until Friday 12th of July, I will be teaching a screenwriting workshop at the Magical in Lleida (Spain). It will be the first workshop organised by the Escola Catalana de Cinema i Televisió (www.eccit.es).
Elena Jordi’s documentary keeps its slow but unstoppable pace. In the following weeks I will interview Esteve Riambau, Director of the Catalan Film Institute, and Xavier Albertí, Director of the Catalan National Theatre. And at the end of June I will go to Madrid to visit the Spanish Film Institute to interview Ramón Rubio, Director of the Lost Films Department.
Submissions to the workshops organised by the Escola Catalana de Cinema i Televisió ECCIT (www.eccit.es) are now open. The filmmaking workshop for youngsters (14 to 18 years) will take place from 1 to 5 July. The screenwriting workshop will take place from 8 to 12 July. Come and learn with us!
Finally, it is here! The Catalan Film and Television School ECCIT in Lleida (Spain) has opened its doors. From September 2019 you will be able to study a BA in Filmmaking and other specialised courses in different areas of the filmmaking process. If you want to know more about the school, please, visit this site www.eccit.es. The Open Day is on Saturday 27th April. Come and visit us!
A new screenwriting course is open for enrolment. It will take place in Igualada (Spain) from April to June. There will be 15 admissions for people willing to learn the ins and outs of screenwriting.