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Punto y Raya and CeTA join forces once again to coproduce a new PyR Festival, on this occasion, in its JUNIOR format. Based in Barcelona, MAD is a non-profit association devoted to cultural engineering through the development of projects involving Art, Science and Technology. Based in Wroclaw, CeTA (Audiovisual Technology Center) is an innovative cultural facility working in the field of new visual technologies, primarily for use in cinematography.
This extension of Punto y Raya Festival follows the same spirit and features the same activities as the “senior” editions of theworld benchmark for Abstract Art in Motion. The difference is that the contents are MADE BY CHILDREN aged under 13 years old.
Other activities included live performances -also produced by children, under the guidance of international professionals-, workshops exploring various disciplines, interactive installations, guest screenings, and numerous creative and playful activities to enjoy with the family.
Masters of Ceremonies
Artist, actress and performer. She graduated from the Polish Academy of Theater in Wroclaw, in the Puppetry Department. She has been awarded multiple times in Poland and abroad, and in 2013 she was awarded by the Government of the Lower Silesia for her achievements in the field of culture.
Graduated from the Krakow’s Academy of Dramatic Arts (Wrocław branch), Arkadiusz is a film and theatre actor, instructor, director, poet, and playwright. He writes and directs for Dolnośląski Teatr Młodego Widza, and has appeared on numerous films and tv-series.
CeTA (Audiovisual Technology Center), is an innovative cultural facility working in the field of new visual technologies, primarily for use in cinematography. Heir of the exquisite legacy of the Wrocław Feature Film Studio (1954-2011), it houses sound stages, chemical labs, scenography workshops, actors’ dressing-rooms, props and costumes. Around 500 films were made in the Wrocław studio, many of which took a permanent place in the history of Polish cinema.
With 250 seats (accommodating +350 standing spectators), here we'll be hosting our Official, Parallel & Guest Screenings, as well as the live PyRformances.
This gorgeous screening room will be the home to our JUNIOR Academy Programme and other special screenings. This room has a special place in history: here, eminent Polish directors like Wojciech Jerzy Has, Stanisław Lenartowicz and Sylwester Chęciński sat to watch the first versions of their films.
This top-notch film studio, equipped with a 330 sq m greenbox studio, bluebox studio with system motion control, a sound studio, computer labs and much more, will accommodate JUNIOR installations.
An ample space right at the entrance, ideal for group activities and workshops. This space will host our four Permanent Stations, and various joint actions and meetings points.
LAB # 1
A workshop room where we will host some of the educational activities. It is located on the first floor.
Another of the special rooms for group workshops, located on the first floor and with a capacity for 25 people.