Anna Viladot joined the company to be in charge of Orbita Max marketing and communications. She previously worked for Interprofit-PR and Communication Agency. In 2006 she moved to the UK where she got her Masters degree in Broadcast and Film Management and took part in several short film productions and media fairs in South England.
In Search for Innovation
Created in 2000, Orbita Max is a production company based in Barcelona, Spain, specializing in large format filmmaking, documentary and corporate videos.
The company is participated by Orbita Report and RBA Group, and directed by award-winning Spanish journalist and filmmaker Jordi Llompart who has 25 years of experience in television and documentary cinema.
Orbita Max plays a pioneering role in Spain by producing “Mystery of the Nile”, the first Spanish giant screen (IMAX®) film in history.
Other productions internationally distributed are television documentaries and documentary series.
Orbita Max also creates other audiovisual productions for institutions and corporations such as audiovisual creations for exhibitions, special events, corporate videos or DVD productions.
Orbita Max continues searching for innovation and working on the creation of new 3D productions for IMAX® and digital theatres.
In 2007 Orbita Max received the Sant Jordi Prize to the most innovative company in the Spanish audiovisual industry.
And in 2008 received the FICOD award to innovation, for the development of new techniques of digital content broadcasting with the production of the first Spanish stereoscopic 3D film Magic Journey to Africa.