The main objective of the Native Film Festival is the construction, development and promotion of opportunities for dialogue, based on a deep respect for sociocultural diversity, promotes and organizes this Festival.
Festival takes place in the 2nd week of June 2015.
The Website is http://nativefilmfestival.blogspot.com.es/ and lade our organization is http://www.elojocojo.org/test2
Matthew Toffolo interviews director Amparo Gea:
Matthew: What is the goal of your film festival?
Amparo: Our goal is to show current movies and quality, or native peoples, native or indígenasque hardly reach the Spanish commercial circuits. One way to make available world cinema at the same time sensitizes viewers
Matthew: How has the festival changed since inception ITS Until your upcoming 2015 festival?
Amparo: The festival grows slowly and is gaining interest epectadores, talking about an issue that is not addressed in Spain.
Matthew: How many films are you showcasing at your Film Festival?
Amparo: It depends on the hours of exhibition halls, but we bet exhibit about 30.
Matthew: Can you give us a sneak peak of what to except for the 2015 Festival?
Amparo: The dignity and how interprets each village.
Matthew: Is there going to be an overall theme for the 2015 festival?
Amparo: Display in different parts of Spain
Matthew: Where do you see your festival in 5 years?
Amparo: We are committed to being in a traveling in cities of Spain, and Madrid.
Matthew: What’s the current status of the Film Scene in your city?
Amparo: Currently in Mdrid we survived a few independent festivals, but a growing interest breathes for participating in activities as proposed by us
Matthew: What film have you seen The most in your life?
Amparo: Underground Emir Kusturica
Matthew Toffolo, Interviewer BIO
Filmmaker of over 20 short films and TV episodes, Matthew Toffolo is the current CEO of the WILDsound Film and Writing Festival. He had worked for the organization since its inception in 2007 serving as the Short Film Festival’s moderator during the Audience Feedback sessions.
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