BSM ex-alumni and lecturers enjoy outstanding success at the Malaga Festival
Once again, films created by students and teachers connected with UPF Barcelona School of Management and Pompeu Fabra University have gone far. We are talking about the resounding success achieved by the films Els dies que vindran and Ojos Negros at the Malaga Festival. El dies que vindran, directed by Carlos Marqués-Marcet and edited by Anna Pfaff, both of whom are lecturers on the Postgraduate Course in Video Editing at UPF Barcelona School of Management, won the Biznaga de Oro gold award for the Best Spanish Film.
Meanwhile, Ojos Negros, directed by two students on the BA in Audiovisual Communication at UPF, which was edited by Nila Nuñez, an ex-alumna on the Postgraduate Course in Video Editing, won the Biznaga de Plata award for the Best Spanish film in the Zonazine section. These two awards further establish UPF Barcelona School of Management and UPF as schools of excellence in the audiovisual and film world.
In addition, Tania Hernández Velasco, ex-alumna on the Master in Creative Documentary and the Postgraduate Course in Video Editing, received a special mention from the jury for their documentary Titixe.
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