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The Punto de Vista festival promotes music in its 18th edition

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The Punto de Vista festival promotes music in its 18th edition

The Navarra International Documentary Film Festival Point of view celebrates its 2024 edition in Iruña-Pamplona from March 11 to 16.

For six days, Point of view becomes the epicenter of the international documentary audiovisual community, with film screenings, meetings with filmmakers, round tables, documentary film sessions for families or the Official Section, meeting in different spaces of the city, but concentrating most of the program in Baluarte.

This year the festival is organized into six sections: the “Official Section”, which includes a total of twenty-three films from fifteen different countries; the “Focos”, monographic sessions through which Punto de Vista focuses its gaze on filmmakers from the international scene—Su Friedrich (USA) and Joël Akafou (Ivory Coast)—in addition to the cycle programmed by Miriam Martín that investigates the place of trees in documentary film; the “Mediation Program”, which continues to open the festival to audiences throughout the city, especially the youngest; “Lan” (“Work” in Basque), which generates spaces for reflection on creation and production in documentary film; “Contacts”, which aims to connect it with other disciplines and stars Jerome Hiler and Néstor Basterretxea; and the “X Films” project, which on this occasion proposes Celia Viada Caso as a filmmaker to shoot a film in Navarra and premieres “Tránsitos”, Anna López Luna’s personal vision of the Sanfermines filmed in Super 8.

Like every year, in parallel, the festival dedicates a space to music, growing in prominence in this edition. At Punto de Vista Nights, the public will be able to enjoy the talent of different Navarrese artists who will perform at the Txintxarri Bar: artists such as DJ Rizos, Mon DVY, Lady, Modern DJ, Gap and its resident DJ. On the other hand, the usual Radio 3 programs that take place during the festival will alternate interviews with Isabel Ruiz Lara with performances by Peru Galbete y Usage. The closing ceremony on the 16th, in addition to the awards gala and the screening of the film Horses and Guitars by Pedro G. Romero, will feature a guitar and singing concert by the Sevillian artist Maria Marin.

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This is how the musical programming looks (see the entire program for days here):

Point of View Nights at the Txintxarri Bar

Session: DJ Rizos
Tuesday, March 12 from 11:00 p.m.
Free entry until complete seats
In collaboration with the Navarra Music Commission

Concert: My DVY
Wednesday, March 13 at 9:30 p.m.
Free entry with invitation
In collaboration with the Navarra Music Commission

Session: Lady
Wednesday, March 13 from 11:30 p.m.
Free entry until complete seats
In collaboration with the Navarra Music Commission

Session: Modern DJ
Thursday, March 14 from 11:30 p.m.
Free entry until complete seats
In collaboration with the Navarra Music Commission

Concert: Gap
Friday, March 15 at 9:30 p.m.
Organized by Chintxarri
Tickets on sale here. Advance €8, box office €10

Session: DJ Residente Chintxarri
Friday, March 15 from 11:30 p.m.
Free entry until complete seats

Radio 3 Programs: Three on the Road

Tuesday, March 12 at 6:00 p.m.
With the performance of Peru Galbete
Baluarte Hall. Free access until full capacity

Wednesday, March 13 at 6:00 p.m.
With the performance of Usage
Baluarte Hall. Free access until full capacity

Punto de Vista festival closing

Saturday March 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Bulwark. Main Room
of horses and guitars, Pedro G. Romero
Concert of Maria Marin (guitar and singing)
Tickets available here

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