Secuoya Content Groups enjoys a strong presence at Colombia’s longest-running film festival

Raúl Berdonés, the company’s executive chairman, Pablo Jimeno, the CEO, and Daniel Hernández, managing director of Secuoya Latam, participate in different meetings for the international market and various professional activities held at Colombia’s longest-running festival

Secuoya Content Group, a leading company in Spanish-language audiovisual content creation, production and distribution enjoyed a strong presence at the 63rd edition of the Cartagena International Film Festival (FICCI). The company, which has recently become a corporate member of the festival, was a highly active participant in the different professional and market-focused activities run at this key event for the Latin American audiovisual industry.

“The Cartagena International Film Festival presents a unique opportunity for connecting with our colleagues from the sector, exploring new opportunities and celebrating the creativity of film and fiction content. We are delighted to be a part of this international event, which is a leader of its kind in Latin America, not just with our active presence in the different activities, but also as corporate members, an alliance that lends further strength to our commitment to the industry’s growth and quality,” asserted Raúl Berdonés, executive chairman.

Secuoya Content Group presented one of the talks for the sixth edition of the NIDO section, a networking platform for the different industry stakeholders to exchange ideas. Under the title ‘Business models in Amer-iberica’ and chaired by Samuel Castro, co-director of Iberseries & Platino Industria, Raúl Berdonés and Dago García, the vice-chairman of production for Caracol TV, analyzed the complexities and opportunities facing creators, producers, channels, distributors and streaming platforms in a constantly transforming environment.

Of particular note during the talk was the mention of the World Content City project, an innovative and cutting-edge film studio platform present in four countries and which aspires to becoming a world leader in audiovisual production. This state-of-the-art global audiovisual production project is currently working on the upcoming implementation of Bogotá Content City.

During the dialogue, reference was made to the most recent productions of the Spanish studio, coinciding with the start of filming for ‘Los 39’, a project that has received the CINA incentive, awarded by the government of Colombia and managed by Proimágenes. They also debated the need for the sector to adapt to new technologies, the implementation of innovative strategies and the best practices to guarantee sustainability as part of the path to success in an increasingly competitive and diversified sector.

The Sustainable Shoots Protocol, an initiative promoted by Fundación Secuoya, stood out as one of the most promising proposals in the panel on ecoefficient practices in the audiovisual industry. The talk enjoyed the participation of Samuel Castro, co-director of Iberseries & Platino Industria (an event run by EGEDA and Fundación Secuoya), Diego Fegued, CEO and founding partner of Bosquenible, Juan Francisco Bautista, director of Pedaleando Cine and Omaira Olarte from Risk Sustainable.

To mark its participation in the FICCISecuoya Content Group organized a presentation on the terrace of the Palacio de la Proclamación.

This historical enclave, an architectural jewel dating back to 1676, provided the perfect setting for Raúl Berdonés, Pablo Jimeno, the company’s CEO and Daniel Hernández, managing director of Secuoya Latam, as representatives of Secuoya Content Group, to share their projects with guests from the audiovisual industry and specialized accredited media for this unmissable event in the Colombian market.


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