This week has culminated the audiovisual proposals, focused on gender equality and that will be screened at the end of August in Óscar Esplá auditorium
Practically ready for their premiere the 6 short films of 'Documóvil' project, shot by students of ESO, Bachiller and cycles
The six short films of the 'Documóvil' project, promoted by the Department of Equality, have already completed four editions and around twenty ESO, Bachiller and vocational training students from Benidorm participate, are practically ready for their premiere. Throughout this week, the students have completed assembling the 'short films' in a space set up by the Department in the City Hall building.
The Councilor for Equality, Ángela Zaragozí, today shared part of this process with the participants of the 'Documóvil'. It was interesting in the content of these short films that "the students themselves have written, scripted, shot and performed". Some short films, she has recalled, "are shot with professional teams and that have gender equality as their central theme, addressing issues such as gender roles, sexist violence or LGBTI diversity."
Zaragozí has assured that "we are looking forward to seeing the result of these works, in which the students reflect the theoretical and practical knowledge on equality and audiovisual that they have acquired throughout the course and in which they pour all their talent and creativity".
"Every year we marvel at the quality of the 'Documóvil' short films and the dedication of the participants, who assure us that they greatly enjoy this extracurricular activity, which also encourages collaborative and teamwork", has added.
The councillor has confirmed that the 'short films are scheduled to premiere at the end of August at the Óscar Esplá auditorium in Parque de l'Aigüera.
Zaragozí highlighted that "edition after edition, 'Documóvil' has been growing and consolidating" and "the work of the participants has aroused interest among people who in one way or another are dedicated to acting and the world of audiovisuals and who they wanted to collaborate with the projects”.