sabir used to be the language of the Mediterranean, a sea that takes his name from the land that surrounds him.
Widely used for commerce and diplomacy, sabir was also the language that sailors from the mediterranean countries used to speak to communicate between them from the eleventh century to the mid-nineteenth century.
We are committed to make visual communication easier than ever, and to promote cultural exchange on either side of the Mediterranean shores.
To do so we founed sabir, a creative studio and film service provider based at the heart of the Mediterranean, Barcelona.
WHAT WE DO
Purely handcrafted reality.
The projects we create lie at the intersection of reality and fiction. We believe this is where art, in cinema, can be expressed in its fullness.
We produce music videos, short-films and feature films.
We take care of all the process, from pre-production to post-production, in order to curate to the last single minute of our productions.
Just focus on your project. We take care of the rest.
Over the last years we have worked together with national and international TV channels and production companies to provide them the best assistance during their stay in Barcelona, making sure they get the most out of their filming.
From location scouting to providing the best local crew, permissions or rental equipment. We offer careful and creative production service in Catalonia and Spain for small and medium productions.
Some of our clients
We make it better.
We create live experiences.
Since 2014 we provide production design for events such as film festivals, corporate and cultural events, meetings and conferences. We bring all the facilities from A to Z to make sure your event is as successful as you had planned.
We are your city experts with intimate knowledge of Barcelona. Our on-the-ground, local professionals will help you with customized event planning, entertainment, transportation, city tours and a variety of other services.
The film enters for the first time into the lives of four of the most important members of the Christian elite in Beirut, Lebanon. It presents a unique sweet-sour portrait of power, religion and conflict.