Equality launches the third edition of ‘Documóvil’, a film and gender workshop aimed at ESO and Bachelor students

This initiative will allow young people to get started in audiovisual production and shoot their own short films with gender equality as the central theme
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Equality launches the third edition of ‘Documóvil’, a film and gender workshop aimed at ESO and Bachelor students
Equality launches the third edition of ‘Documóvil’, a film and gender workshop aimed at ESO and Bachelor students

The Department of Equality has opened on Thursday the registration to participate in the third edition of 'Documóvil', "an activity aimed at students from 3rd of ESO to 2nd of Bachelor and with which they can start in audiovisual production and shoot their own short films with a central theme: gender equality ”. In addition, for this edition "we also want to give visibility to diversity and therefore the LGTBI + perspective will also be addressed", according to the councillor of the area, Ángela Zaragozí

The councilor recalled that “it is a free extracurricular activity, in which students receive audiovisual training and gender equality; theoretical and practical knowledge that they later translate into short films that young people themselves write, script, shoot and interpret ”.

Zaragozí explained that "the filming is done with professional film equipment, which is undoubtedly an incentive for the students, as is the fact that their short films are screened in Benidorm, her city". In addition, she highlighted "the great level of awareness that edition after edition has been achieved among the participating students."

The person in charge of Equality has informed that “last November we sent to the educational centers of Benidorm with ESO and Baccalaureate studies all the information about this workshop, in which about thirty students have participated in previous editions and of which they have ten short films emerged ”. On this occasion, there will be six short films to be shot.

The registration period is open from today until April 7, and can be done through the link https://forms.gle/TUnpq5ucSKfvU93Y6 ”.

Zaragozí has ​​encouraged second cycle ESO and Bachelor students "to participate in‘ Documóvil ’, with which they will be able to display their creativity and their vision of the world around them and gender equality."