Naturgy is committed to collaborating with society and especially with the world of cinema, through its sponsorship of the country’s main festivals and cinemas. All our collaborations with film culture are unified under the slogan “At the cinema, just like at home”. Among others, the company sponsors the Malaga Film Festival, the San Sebastian Festival, the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia, the Madrid Premiere Week, the Feroz Awards and the Naturgy Travelling Film Programme.


Cinergía is a project from Naturgy that brings the best Spanish cinema together with energy efficiency. In this way, Cinergía productions are not only a form of entertainment  but they also help us discover how to use energy responsibly.

San Sebastián Film Festival

Of renowned European and international prestige, the San Sebastián Film Festival is one of the largest events on the film calendar.

Sitges Film Festival

The fantasy and horror film festival par excellence, its prestige is renowned throughout Spain and abroad.

Madrid Premiere Week

A cinema event aimed for the public at large. It is a new way of bringing cinema to the city and to audiences.

Malaga Film Festival

In its 15th edition this year, the Malaga Film Festival is dedicated to promoting Spanish productions with the aim of bringing them to the entire public.

Feroz Awards

The Asociación de Informadores Cinematográficos de España (Spanish Association of Film Journalists), made up of Spanish journalists and film critics, has created the Feroz Awards that will take place once a year from 2014, intended to be the precursor to the Premios Goya®, the most important Spanish film awards.


Naturgy sponsors the 43 largest cinemas in the CINESA network. Under the slogan “At the cinema, just like at home”, the company supports culture, innovation and new technologies.

Naturgy Travelling Film Programme

A novel initiative that, free of charge, brings the most important Spanish productions in recent years to different Spanish towns and cities.

Naturgy Travelling Film

Cartagena International Film Festival

The FICC, whose basic intention was to pay homage to the community’s maritime tradition, was founded in 1972 with the name of International Naval Film Week. Today it is one of the most prestigious events in the country.

IVAC Film Archive

Each year, the Valencia Audiovisual and Cinematography Institute organises the “Filmoteca d’Estiu”, a range of outdoor and original version cinema cycles.

Cine Abierto

During the summer months, the beaches in Malaga become improvised cinemas where films of all genres are screened.

Barcelona Contemporary Culture Centre. Gandules

Gandules invites us to enjoy films outdoors. During the summer months the festival screens films that, despite being acclaimed by audiences and critics at the main film festivals, have not yet found a place on the commercial circuits.