This is an audiovisual proposal by ESO, Baccalaureate and Training Cycles students that exposes their vision on gender equality.
Benidorm Assembly Hall hosts the premiere of the five short films of the fifth edition of 'Documóvil'
Five short films made by Benidorm students premiered today in the Town Hall Assembly Hall. They are the shorts that make up the 'Documóvil' program, promoted by the Department of Equality, which this year celebrates its fifth edition. This program shows the vision of Secondary, Baccalaureate, and Training Cycles students on gender equality.
The students have written, scripted, shot, and performed the short films, expressing in these proposals their points of view and the theoretical and practical knowledge acquired throughout the course. To do this, they use the audiovisual creations and production skills that they have learned and the professional equipment that the Department makes available to them.
Documóvil project has been growing year after year and has established itself as an extracurricular activity that achieves more and more support from people who are dedicated to the world of audiovisuals and who participate and collaborate altruistically with the projects.
Present at the premiere of the short films were Mayor Toni Pérez, the Councilor for Equality, Ángela Zaragozí, and several members of the municipal corporation among the large audience, which almost filled the Assembly Hall.
In the short films shown today, issues such as sexist violence, sexual abuse of minors, LGTBI diversity, or new realities linked to this topic, among others, have been addressed.