What is Confluye Zaragoza?
Confluye Zaragoza is a hypermedia web documentary focused on bringing visibility to the artistic and creative world in Zaragoza city, building synergies between creators of different artistic disciplines.
The documentary centers around the less known stages of each artist’s creative process. Through original pieces, the documentary establishes as a creative lab itself where to discover the origin of the ideas and personal development necessary to create a piece of art.
The interactive narration of the web format lets the viewer/user to make its own path in this hypermedia documentary (hipertext and multimedia combined) depending on their interests and motivations, and gives them the chance to explore all kinds of videos, text, sketches, photos, audio and animation. So they can become the author of their own documentary.
The goal of Confluye Zaragoza es to become a reference arts web portal articulated on the interactive documentary, a community where new and fresh artists belong.
We need you support to start this journey,
wherever it takes us.
Because you also appreciate culture,
converge, and contribute to the project.
About the rewards
With your contribution you can get special editing products from Confluye Zaragoza.
The three sheets are made by Laura Mesones, Pilar Serrano and Miguel Ángel Pérez members of the project team.
All reuses are made of organic materials and low environmental impact.
Who are we?
Artists: DAVID BALLESTAR, ELENA GIL, GUSTAVO GIMÉNEZ, LAURA MESONES, PILAR SERRANO, EVYENIA TZORTZI y YAGUAR
Direction and post-production: HUGO FALCÓN
Production: DIEGO GARCÍA, NURIA RUBIÓ, ALVARO NIVELA
Web programming and SEO: EDUARDO ASENJO
Original Score: IGNACIO FALCÓN
Graphic Design: MIGUEL ÁNGEL PÉREZ
Voice-over: FERNANDO GIL
Image Technician: RICARDO BULLÓN
Sound Technician: RAFA TOLEDANO
Cinematographer: ARÁNZAZU NAVARRO
¿Where does the funding goes??
Shooting, editing and post-production of the documentary.
The documentary is already in development and it’s scheduled to wrap up the first phase at april 2021.
Find more about the project and the people that make it possible in the following links.