The Canary Islands served as the setting for 71 audiovisual productions in 2018, more than double the thirty works produced in 2017. In all, a total of 1,000 productions have been shot on the islands since the year 2000.
“Aside from the actors, it’s the most important thing. Choosing the right location is everything, sometimes for sentimental reasons as well.” - David Trueba - Spanish film and television screenwriter, director, newspaper columnist, and novelist.
Tenerife is a virtual set and a source of resources for the film industry.In addition to offering infrastructures that facilitate the process of developing audiovisual works, Tenerife’s place in the film industry is gaining international recognition thanks to the opportunities generated by a new activity within the audiovisual sector: the animation and video game industry.
Tenerife has become a point of reference for international film shoots thanks to its natural shooting locations, its remarkable tax incentives, its highly experienced local talent, and its valued professionals.
Having the capacity to control the molecular and atomic composition of materials enables us to conceive of new properties for those materials that are only possible on at a nanoscopic scale.This is how new so-called nanomaterials are born whose properties are very different from those displayed at a macroscopic scale.
The Canary Islands is one of ten island territories in the European Union (EU) chosen as an object of study by the Soclimpact project, financed within the framework of Horizon 2020, whose objectives are based on furthering scientific knowledge to promote blue growth in Europe.
Setting up your business in the Canary Islands has many advantages. Perhaps the most noteworthy of these is that you can take advantage of the islands’ strategic location between three continents, which facilitates trade relations with the Americas, Europe, and Africa.