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    Ander Iriartek eta Aitor Bereziartuak zuzendutako dokumentala. MIROKUTANA-k eta REC GRABAKETA ESTUDIAk ekoitzia.




    Hemen trailerra ikusgai:  https://vimeo.com/275235226






    Ikusmira Berriak will give a cash prize of 20,000 euros to be distributed between the chosen projects. Furthermore, the REC Grabaketa Estudioa will offer its post-production services as an award for a feature film, worth 35,000 euros. rolex replica watches


    The five filmmakers of the third edition of Ikusmira Berriak explain their creative processes at the halfway point of the residence.


    The residencies of the third edition of Ikusmira Berriak, the programme providing support to audiovisual projects organised by Tabakalera-International Centre for Contemporary Culture and the San Sebastian Festival, with collaboration of the Filmoteca Vasca, and which is part of the legacy left by San Sebastian, European Capital of Culture 2016, began on August 21. Over the six weeks of the residency, filmmakers Maider Fernández Iriarte (San Sebastián, 1988), Helena Girón (Santiago de Compostela, 1988) and Samuel M. Delgado (Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 1987), Julia Pesce (Córdoba, Argentina, 1984) and Leo van Dijl (Kortrijk, Belgium, 1991) will develop the four selected projects in the Tabakalera Creators’ Space. To help them with the process, during the first four weeks a series of masterclasses have been organised, such as those given by producer Fernanda del Nido, founder of Setembro Cine, and filmmakers Tizza Covi and Rainer Frimmel, the founders of Vento Films. In addition, each resident will have carte blanche to programme a film forming part of their movie references at Tabakalera.


    In the fifth week of their stay, coinciding with the start of the San Sebastian Festival, the participants will prepare a pitch, a concised presentation of the audiovisual project to international producers, sales agents and industry professionals potentially interested in co-producing and distributing their work. The presentations will take place in the frame of the Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum, the meeting point for the industry professionals in the Festival. The residents will have a specific spot at San Telmo Museum, Forum’s venue, where they will have the opportunity to organise one-to-one meetings with accredited guests interested in their projects. Moreover, they will be able to participate in its activities as professionals and to attend the screenings of the Festival. Their stay will end, exactly, on October 1, the day after the Festival finishes.

















    San Sebastian portrayed through the eyes of fifteen moviemakers. That’s the intention of Kalebegiak, a production involving the participation of  time-honoured filmmakers, professionals of recognised trajectory and others taking their first steps in the field. The resulting work will premiere in 2016 at the San Sebastian International Film Festival. Kalebegiak seeks to create an innovative relationship between cinema and San Sebastian other than their traditional connection of screenings and festivals. This new focus has the core objective of stimulating local filmmaking production alongside the Larrotxene  Cultural Centre, specialising in audiovisual production.

    Kalebegiak is a multidisciplinary project. Musikene will participate in composing the soundtrack and  the University of the Basque Country Faculty of Translation and Interpretation will provide the subtitles to guarantee linguistic diversity. The overwhelming  number of filmmakers existing in a region as small as ours deserves particular reflection in the ECoC programme.


    If you want more information, visit the web site:http://dss2016.eu/en/dss2016eu/voices/kalebegiak 



  • Ikusmira Berriak 2017



    REC Grabaketa Estudioa will give a Post-Production Award to two of the projects developed during Ikusmira Berriak programme.


    One of the awards provides support for a short film with a maximum of three weeks at its facilities, valued at 10,500 euros, and the other, for a feature film, with a maximum of four weeks work, valued at 35,000 euros.


    The filmmakers will benefit from this prize from October 1st 2016 until July 31st 2017.

    REC has been working for over 20 years in sound production and post-production for advertising, film and television.

    Located in the business park of Zuatzu in San Sebastian, REC has a dynamic and versatile team, with extensive experience in the audiovisual field. The team is also specialized in different services like the sound programs ranging from direct sound to their complete postproduction, including dubbing in different languages, making full soundtracks or mixes for film and TV, and creating masters (DCP, HDCAM or Blu-Ray), among others.





    IKUSMIRA BERRIAK is jointly organised by Tabakalera-International Contemporary Culture Centre, the San Sebastian Festival and San Sebastian, European Capital of Culture 2016; it also enjoys the collaboration of Donostia Kultura and the Basque Film Archive Foundation.


    IKUSMIRA BERRIAK focusses equally on new talents, audiovisual producers and industries. It also seeks to act as a catalyst in the territorial context (of both creation and production), thereby fostering the consolidation of a platform for the exhibition and internationalization of contemporary film & audiovisuals.


    IKUSMIRA BERRIAK presents the projects selected


    The four projects that will make up part of the 2016 programme are Loba (She-wolf) by Kiro Russo (Bolivia), Calipatria by Gerhard Treml and Leo Calice (Austria), Fantasía (Fantasy) by Aitor Merino and Amaia (Spain) and Suro by Mikel Gurrea (Spain).

    For the second year running, IKUSMIRA BERRIAK has received a Post-production Award: the REC award.

    IKUSMIRA BERRIAK, a support program for audiovisual projects that are committed to innovation and experimentation, has selected four projects for its second edition. After evaluating the 37 projects received, the selection committee chose Loba (She-wolf) by Kiro Russo, for the International Film Students Meeting category; Calipatria by Gerhard Treml and Leo Calice, for the Labo category, the selection of experimental short films at the Clermont-Ferrand Festival; Suro by Mikel Gurrea, for the Kimuak category; and Fantasía (Fantasy) by Aitor and Amaia Merino, for the
    Filmmakers from the Basque Autonomous Community (BAC) category.


    The selection committee was made up of members of the Tabakalera International Contemporary Culture Centre, the San Sebastian Film Festival and the Donostia / San Sebastián European Capital of Culture 2016 Foundation.
    The director of programming of the Panorama section at the Berlin Film Festival, Paz Lázaro, the film producer and founder of HiFilm Productions, Ada Solomon and the Brazilian film director and director of the Dok Films production company, Sergio Oksman, who advised the Ikusmira Berriak selection committee, will travel to San Sebastian during the directors’ residencies to oversee the development of the projects.




    1. LOBA (full-length film)

    Category: International Film Students Meeting 



    Two men force a door in two different times and places. One has to steal out of necessity. The other is escaping from his wife, who has transformed into a wild beast.



    Kiro Russo (La Paz, 1984)

    Director, producer and scriptwriter. He studied direction at the University of Cinema in Buenos Aires. As a director and scriptwriter, he made the short films Enterprisse (2010), Juku (2012), and New Life (2015), premièring at the 68th Locarno Film Festival, received a special mention from the jury and won first prize and the Orona Award in the International Film Students Meeting at San Sebastian Film Festival. These works have a are very closely related to Viejo Calavera, his first feature film in post-production phase.


    2. CALIPATRIA (short film)

    Category: Labo, the selection of experimental short films at the Clermont-Ferrand Festival



    Calipatria is the name of a state prison situated in California´s desert. Santiago Cassilas is one the prisoners: 58 years, member of a gang, convicted to life sentence in solitary confinement. Santiago works one hour a day in prison´s garden, and that will be the place where he reveals his feelings, life history, secrets and dreams, beyond prison´s walls.



    Gerhard Treml (Vienna, 1963)

    His practice explores narrative strategies to appropriate, investigate, and reconfigure spatial relations basic to our construction of reality. His work relies on drawing, scripting, filmmaking and installations. He recently directed the international art-based research program Eden’s Edge in cooperation with the University of Applied Arts Vienna and launched the Office for Narrative Landscape Design (O.N.L.S.D). Together with Leo Calice, he directed their first series of short films Eden’s Edge (2014) which have won multiple international awards including Clermont Ferrand's Grand Prix.


    Leo Calice (Texing, 1980)

    Leo Calice studied and worked in Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, and Austria. He later studied Landscape Design at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. 2012 he joined the art based research project Eden's Edge and was a founding member of the Office for Narrative Landscape Design (O.N.L.S.D) which produced a series of animated documentary short films Eden’s Edge (2014). It was screened extensively and won numerous international awards including Clermont Ferrand's Grand Prix.


    3. FANTASÍA (full-length film)

    Category: Filmmakers from the Basque Autonomous Community (BAC)



    Since they were very young, Amaia and Aitor lived away from their parents, Kontxi and Iñaki, now retired. Last summer they realised a dream: getting the four of them together to go on a cruise on a huge ship called FANTASÍA. On their return, they will face a bigger, terrifying boat: the reality of distance, old age and death that one day will separate them. The idyllic holiday reunion will be the contrast from which the harshness of reality acquires a true meaning.



    Amaia Merino (San Sebastian, 1970)

    She lives and works in Ecuador, a country where she has specialised in editing and scriptwriting for non-fiction cinema. Over the last fifteen years, she has edited some of the best-known feature films in Ecuador: Blak Mama, Más allá del Mall, Resonancia, En Espera, El Pan Nuestro, 1809-1810 Mientras Llega el Día y Asier ETA biok (Asier y yo), among others. Since 2006, she has given tutorials on editing and scriptwriting at the Technological Institute of Cinema and Performance.


    Aitor Merino (San Sebastian, 1972)

    He has developed his career primarily as a film, theatre and television actor, working on more than twenty films under directors Montxo Armendáriz, Pilar Miró, Vicente Aranda, Carlos Saura Medrano, Manuel Matji and Icíar Bollaín, among others. His first short film as a director, El Pan Nuestro, received awards at a number of national and international festivals and was nominated for the Goya Awards.swiss replica watches 

    Asier ETA biok (Asier and I), co-directed with his sister Amaia Merino, was his first feature film. He is currently combining his work as an actor with the feature-length documentary project Fantasía, co-directed again with Amaia Merino.rolex replica watches



    4. SURO (full-length film)

    Category: KIMUAK



    Ivan (33) inherits a farmstead in Girona, his last chance to make a living for himself. He and his partner Elena (30) move to the house to manage a former cork plantation. However, as an outsider, facing increasing tension with the local cork extractors and the Moroccan carriers he has to face a major moral dilemma.



    Mikel Gurrea (San Sebastian, 1985)


    While studying audio-visual communication at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, he worked for the advertising production firm Agosto, he wrote and directed several short films, including Primo (2008), Los gatos del tejado (2009) and Rojo en el agua (2010). In 2011 he was awarded a scholarship from Obra Social “la Caixa” to study a master's degree in film direction at the London Film School. During this period, he directed the documentary Txoria, the commercial Chessmates and developed the dramaturgy for the choreography Automatich Flesh by the Rambert Dance Company, which premiered in the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. His graduation film, Foxes, was awarded, among others, the prize for best fiction in the Students category at the Montreal Festival des Filmes du Monde and was selected for Kimuak 2015 catalogue. His theatre fiction project, Soka, was chosen for the New Dramaturgies programme. He is currently developing a feature-length drama, Heldu (Hold), produced by Eva Sigurdardottir and selected by EAVE.



    REC´s lastes subtitling work for Zineuskadi. 


    In 1986, several dozen mountain climbers from all over the world met at K2 to be the first via the - back then - unclimbed Southwest Pillar. These summer came to be known as the 'Black Summer'ť with 13 alpinists left dead. Eliza, director and an alpinist herself, together with an international group of grown-up children of acclaimed climbers, sets out on an expedition to K2 to face the past and to understand the force that once seduced their parents and eventually killed them. An emotional journey set against breathtaking views of Karakorum.


    Trailer:  https://youtu.be/F-S73c0vQYk





    This week we started with the dubbing of the film "ODDBALL"

    Tell the story of an eccentric chicken farmer, with the help of his granddaughter, trains his mischievous dog Oddball to protect a penguin sanctuary from fox attacks in an attempt to reunite his family and save their seaside town.


    Premiere on March 18.



  • Another year working for the San Sebastian Film Festival

    This year we are working again for the San Sebastian Film Festival doing different kind of things, such as adding and mixing soundtrack to the opening gala, checking and previewing films, or making DCPs.

    This year the Film Festival will celebrate its 63 edition from the 18th to the 26th of September. During these days, Emily Watson will receive the Donostia Price, and also the make-up artist Karmele Soler will receive the Zinemira Price, a special Price to the people who works in Basque cinema. In this section, “Amama” (Asier Altuna); “Gur Sor Lekuaren Bila” (Josu Martinez); “Jai Alai Blues” (Gorka Bilbao Ramos); “Un Otoño Sin Berlin” (Lara Izagirre); “Pikadero” (Ben Sharrock); “Psiconautas” (Alberto Vazquez, Pedro Rivero); and “Walls (Muros)” (Pablo Iraburu Allegue, Migueltxo Molina Ayestaran) will fight for the Irizar Price.



  • Dubbing “Olentzero and Amila’s Secret”

    We are now dubbing into Spanish and Basque  a new film about our most loved mythological carácter: Olentzero. This new film, “Olentzero and Amila’s Secret”, created by Baleuko, will have an excellent casting formed with five of the most known actors from the Basque Country. They are Barbara Goenaga, Miren Ibarguren, Gorka Otxoa, Jon Plazaola and Gorka Aginagalde. In this film, collaborates also the Spanish Federation of Rare Illnesses.

    In this film, we are going to enjoy Olentzero and other mythological characters as Mari, Galtzagorri and Mikelats. 


  • Dubbing “Pan” to Basque, the Warner Bros. Pictures new project

    These days in REC we are finishing the dubbing into Basque the Warner Bros. Pictures’ new project: “Pan”. This film will be the first one dubbed into Basque about Peter Pan and it will be released on October 28th.

    In this new versión of Peter Pan, Peter is 12 years old and he lives in an orphanage in London during the II World War. One night, though, some pirates will bring him to Never Land, a fantastic world where live pirates, warriors and fairies. There, with his new friends Captain Hook and Tiger Lily, he will fight against the evil pirate Blackbeard and discover his fate. 


  • Next project: second season of Chicago PD

    REC will soon start dubbing the second season of “Chicago PD” series. It shows the daily work of Chicago’s Police Department, with Jason Beghe (“GI Jane”), Jon Seda (“Twelve Monkeys”), or Sophia Bush (“One Tree Hill”).


  • Premiere of Chicago PD in TVE

    We can announce that "Chicago PD" series, dubbed into Spanish in REC, will premiere on Thursday 6th in La1 of TVE at 22:30. “Chicago PD” is a spin-off  about “Chicago Fire”, the show about Chicago’s fire department, also dubbed into Spanish in REC.

    “Chicago PD” shows the daily work of Chicago’s Police Department, who fights against organized crime, drug trafficking or serial murderers with Jason Beghe (“GI Jane”), Jon Seda (“Twelve Monkeys”), or Sophia Bush (“One Tree Hill”).



    The firemen and police department of Chicago Fire and Chicago PD have arrived at Spain thanks to Universal and Sony. REC has dubbed in Spanish the first two seasons of Chicago Fire and the first of Chicago PD, which will be shortly released on TVE.

    In this second season of the firemen series, we will hear such famous voices of Juan Logar (Chinning Tatum’s voice), Inma Gallego (Gray’s Anatomy), or Mar Bordallo (Game of Thrones). But, we will have also Basque actor’s voices such Iñaki Beraetxe, Kiko Jauregi, Loinaz Jauregi or Mañu Elizondo.



    REC is casting actors for the recording of Basque a Spanish voice of the new Somuga’s project called Yoko, a very special project which joins a film and a TV series. Yoko is an animation film starring Yoko and his little friends.


  • Five Days To Dance, Best Documentary in Turia Awards 2015

    The documentary, produced by SUICAfilms and REC Grabaketa Estudioa has been awarded with the Best Documentary Turia price the last 4th of July in Burjassot (Valencia).

    Five Days To Dance puts into question the educational system, preset social schemes, and the social communication pattern of our society through a teenagers group.  These people will have to learn a dance choreography in five days until they present it on a stage.

    You can follow the documentary in Facebook 



    REC and the Film Festival of San Sebastian will be working together in Ikusmira Berriak proyect. The main purpose of this program is to promote the audiovisual creation at all stages (training, production and exhibition). A call for submissions was launched for residencies in the city among local filmmakers and the ones from three festivals and initiatives such Kimuak (short film selection), Labo (the experimental short film selection at the Clermont-Ferrand Festival) and the International Film Students Meeting.

    REC will provide a special help in post-production to  the four selected projects that will be in San Sebastian giving the chance to work in REC’s facilities.  

    These four selected proyects are: “El extraño” (Pablo Álvarez, Santiago de Chile, Chile), “Fleurette French” (Tamyka Smith, New York, USA), “Ira 26-2” (Maider Oleaga, Bilbao, Basque Country), and “Trote” (Xacio Baño, Xove – Lugo, Spain).



    On 4th of June, the documentary titled 7 years and 90 minutes, was previewed at AlhondigaBilbao. REC has been working in the post-production and image of this work of Alain Garibi and Iker San Martin.

    7 years and 90 minutes is a documentary which shows the social reality of Brasil from the election of Brasil as the host country of the World Championship of football to the last match of the Brazilian team.



    The film “Dixie y la rebelión zombie” has been named as a candidate for Platino Awards. REC has dubbed the film in Spanish and Basque, and it has done also the post-production work.

    Spanish trailer of “Dixie y la rebelión zombie”:




    The basque versión of children’s series Blackie & Company nowadays broadcasting on ETB. REC has dubbed in Spanish and Basque the series where we will see the adventures of Blackie, a black sheep who lives in a farmer.



    Blackie & Company is a short children’s series, which has 26 episodes. Blackie is a black sheep who lives in a farmer with other animals. REC has dubbed it in Spanish and Basque, and nowadays is broadcasting on Clan channel of TVE.










      “To Say Goodbye” a film project by REC GRABAKETA ESTUDIOA and IZAR Films has been selected for the Spanish Film Festival of London, where it will have its UK Premiere on 30th September at Lumiere Cinemas. You can buy tickets in this page: www.londonspanishfilmfestival.com/2013-festival/2013_films/to-say-goodbye.html

    This animated documentary, which is being post-produced for the last few weeks at REC who are also the co-producers, is a powerful and inspirational film about the loss of childhood, the stripping away of identity and, ultimately, the hope of reconciliation.

    Using innovative animation, the film tells the story of the 4000 Basque children evacuated to the United Kingdom in 1937. Forced to bid a hurried farewell to their parents, these children were told they would only be in the UK for three months. 75 years later, some are still there, forever separated from their parents and their homeland, their families torn apart and their childhood destroyed by a brutal and bloody conflict. 

    Through the voices of 14 of these children, now in their 80s & 90s, we reveal this tragic episode in history in a stunning animated documentary that is profound, unexpected and uplifting.

    The Director Matt Richards and the Producer Izaskun Arandia have worked with Lead Animator Ian Harrold for the creation of 3D images that are combined with real archive footage and first hand account of those children who suffered the fatal consequences of the Spanish Civil War.

    For further information we invite you to visit our documentary's Official Website: http://www.tosaygoodbyethemovie.com/

    You can also find it through our social networking sites:





    ENCIERRO 3D Bull running in Pamplona will be released in 3D FILM FESTIVAL in Los Angeles. The premiere will be on September 20 at 6.30pm in Regal cinemas (1000 west Olympic, Blvd). Last June ENCIERRO´s trailer won the first award for the best 3D trailer.