On the occasion of its 25th years old, the Galician Association of Independent Film Production Companies (AGAPI) changes its webpage with a new design and functions, seeking to improve the offered output. In this way, the webpage will try to adapt to current needs of the market and become a useful tool at service of the audiovisual sector.
This new webpage is structured in sections though in order to make it usable and operational. It has a space for associates with the contacts of the companies. The catalogue allows the access to the last films made in Galicia. In the magazine, breaking and training news are collected, including two new sections of Reports and Yearbook that pretend to give all the sector access to qualitative data.
It also includes a section of employment for the publishing of job offers and allows the general audience to subscribe to the newsletter of news and notices, as well as the option of making a spontaneous candidature by sending the cv, which will be at associated producers’ disposal. Agapi.gal has in addition a private area of restricted access to associates with documentation and reports.
AGAPI’s new image and webpage have been developed with the Grant and support of the Galician Agency of Cultural Industries(Agadic). The image and design of the header were in charge of the illustrator and artist Iria Prol, while the development of the webpage is a work of Explica Ingenieros.
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