Santiago Segura will be premiering the short 'Nivel 7', produced by Gas Natural Fenosa
Nivel 7, a production full of tension, emotion, humor and even a crime, is a part of Cinergía, a Gas Natural Fenosa initiative to raise public awareness about energy efficiency
Gas Natural Fenosa will be present once again this year at the Sitges – International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia, taking place from 9 to 18 October. As a part of this film competition, the company will be premiering the short film Nivel 7, directed by actor and movie director Santiago Segura, and producedby the energy company in collaboration with El Terrat.
In addition, Gas Natural Fenosa signed a new agreement with the Sitges – International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia making it the Festival’s official sponsor for the forth year in a row. Sitges is the number one fantastic film festival in the world and one of the main film events in our country.
Santiago Segura’s short is a part of the second edition of Cinergía, a Gas Natural Fenosa initiative to bring energy efficiency closer to the general public through the Seventh Art and promote talent in Spain’s film industry.
The story begins with a surprise visit from the president of residents’ association, obsessed with responsible consumption, to a neighbor who, behind the facade of a discreet lady, hides a cruel squanderer of watts. Anabel Alonso, Enrique Villén and Joaquín Reyes are the actors in charge of bringing these characters to life in this production full of tension, emotion, racy jokes, zany dialogues and even a crime.
Along with Santiago Segura, the other short films for this year’s Cinergía are directed by Isabel Coixet, Paco León, and the young winner of the screenplay competition, Josep Pujol Bonet. The shorts all star prestigious, well-known actors like Carmen Maura, Secun de la Rosa, Anabel Alonso or Silvia Abril, among others. These productions, which will premiere in Spain’s top film festivals, will also be reaching both movie theaters and the homes of thousands of Spaniards. Actually, last year’s Cinergía had 8 million views on TV and Internet.
Commitment to culture and cinema
Gas Natural Fenosa continues its commitment to collaborate with society and especially, with the film world, through its support of Spain’s main festivals and movie theaters. Beside the Sitges Film Festival, the company also sponsors the San Sebastián Festival, the Malaga Festival, the Madrid Premiere Week, the critics’ Feroz Awards and the Cartagena International Film Festival, as well as more than 40 movie theaters belonging to the Cinesa network in Spain with the Gas Natural Fenosa name.
This summer, for the third year and in collaboration with the Academia de Cine (Film Academy), it is organizing the Gas Natural Fenosa Travelling Film Series, bringing the best Spanish cinema to 10 towns around the country for free. With their support of the film world, Gas Natural Fenosa collaborates with one of the industries that has been the most affected by the crisis, especially in the case of festivals, that have suffered important cutbacks in their financing sources in recent years.