Day 1: June 17th (Arrive Barcelona)
We’ll meet you at the airport for your private transfer and whisk you off to your accommodation, the stunning Hotel Casa Fuster, a modernist architectural gem in Passeig de Gràcia, nerve centre of the city where other emblematic buildings such as Casa Gaudí are located.
In the afternoon, after you’ve freshened up, come along to the relaxed briefing at the hotel. It’s a chance for you to get to know your filmmaking mentors and tour guides. The emphasis is on fun. You can; creatively engage with story possibilities, familiarise yourself with the high quality equipment, have all your questions answered. Notes on filmmaking, and the stories that await you, are provided. But most of all we want to hear from you. What do you hope to get out of the experience? We understand that everyone has slightly different expectations in terms of their creative vision, and we want to tailor the trip to meet your exact needs and desires. We welcome couples where only one of the two is interested in filmmaking, and we will make sure that the non-filmmaker is fully entertained and well cared for. This also applies to family groups where not everyone has come to make a film. And my co-host Dominic Bonuccelli is a world-class photographer, so if you want to take stills or learn how to get the best out of your DSLR we can accommodate that too.