The six short films of ‘Documóvil’ project, shot by ESO and Bach students, will premiere tomorrow at Parque de l’Aigüera
The six short films of 'Documóvil project, promoted by the Department of Equality and in which ESO and Bachellor students from Benidorm, will be premiered tomorrow, at eight thirty in the afternoon, in Oscar Esplá auditorium in l' Aigüera Park.
At the end of last July, the students completed the assembly process of their ‘shorts’ in a space set up by the Department of Equality in the City Hall building. Some short films that the students themselves have previously written, scripted, shot and performed.
The councilor of the department, Ángela Zaragozí, had the opportunity to learn more about the work carried out by the students and their impressions of this third edition of 'Documóvil', in which the working groups have been six compared to the five groups from previous years, so six short films will be released tomorrow.
Zaragozí has already advanced in that meeting that "due to the fragments that we have been able to see during the editing process, the 'shorts' of this edition have an excellent level"; and she highlighted that this ‘Documóvil’ “has even had theater groups that have wanted to join in to enhance this audiovisual project”.
The person in charge of Equality encourages citizens to "come and see the projection of the work of these boys and girls who, in addition to having a very positive experience, are more and more enthusiastic about the project every year".
‘Documóvil’ is an initiative of the Department of Equality aimed at students from 3rd of ESO to 2nd of Bachelor and with which they start in audiovisual production and shoot their own short films with a central theme: gender equality. It is an extracurricular and free activity, in which students receive audiovisual training and gender equality; theoretical and practical knowledge that they later translate into their short films, shot with professional equipment.