The meeting brings together a total of 30 short films from 15 universities in Cuba, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, the United States and Ecuador.
A variety of views of Latin American film students meet at the beginning Naranjal International Student Film Festival, Which will take place until tomorrow, Thursday, in a virtual face-to-face format. In this first edition, we showcase the diversity of these views through high-quality short films in fiction, documentary, and experimental literature, which explain the learning processes and interests of new generations of Latin American filmmakers. Describe the organization in your press release.
The meeting brings together a total of 30 short films from 15 universities, including La Sabana University (Colombia), University of Buenos Aires (Argentina), Columbia University (US), University of Development (Chile), and EICTV San Antonio. de los Baños (Cuba), Incine, University of San Francisco de Quito, Catholic University of Guayaquil, Espol, University of the Arts, University of Cuenca.
This is how the festival presents audiovisual materials for comedy, fantasy, horror, environment and local lore.
“Programming this festival has been an exciting task, as knowing the sheer level and diversity of the proposals that students make as part of their learning is also a window into what the future Ecuadorian cinema will be, and that is surprising”, manifests Eliana Matamoros, Festival Programming Director.
The films are divided into two groups: the official selection and the panorama. This last section includes short films by Ecuadorean directors made during their university studies, such as orange alert (1999), from Gabriella Calvaci, s bei (2004), from Javier Andrade (Both are available by default).
Movies streamed from .’s website Municipality of Naranjal Canton www.festivaldecine.naranjal.gob.ec His functions are face-to-face at the Plaza Narangal Cinema, at 10:00. Accordingly, the following short films will be shown on Thursday: They have to remind me, Gabriella Borbor (University of the Arts); kali 16b, from Isabella Palacio (University of Antioquia); comicWritten by Paulo Orellana (University of Cuenca); Katari, by Esteban Vera (Incine); saturation, by John Nunez (Esbol).
Some short films on the bulletin board Online They will continue to be available on the site until the end of this week.
“We are already considering our second edition, and we announce that we will reward films produced by film students in our province and in Narangal. In addition, we will train audiences and create competitive funds for training and production of films shot in our canton,” Gather the flyer according to what it says Luigi Rivera Mayor of Naranjal and Head of the Festival. (I)
“Infuriatingly humble travel fanatic. Passionate social media practitioner. Amateur writer. Wannabe problem solver. General food specialist.”