The Housing Mission will have its Short Film Festival

It will be screened in various urban developments in Greater Caracas. Photo: Cnac

From December 3 to 12, the Cinemateca room of the Museum of Fine Arts and the urban planning of the Great Venezuela Housing Mission in Greater Caracas will be taken over by the first edition of the “Let's… Let's Make Cinema” Short Film Festival of the Great Venezuela Housing Mission ( GMVV).

The audiovisual meeting will screen 16 short films made by young inhabitants of the GMVV urban areas, filmed throughout the national geography, which emerged as a result of the technical training workshops, dictated free of charge by the Tres Pinceles Foundation.

"We have been doing this work for 16 years and as a result we are going to see unpublished stories that show our idiosyncrasy and Venezuelan character in a natural and real way."

This was reported by Giovanny Gámez, filmmaker and president of the Tres Pinceles Foundation, which carries out the audiovisual meeting with the support of the Social Responsibility Fund (Conatel), Misión Cultura Corazón inside, Gran Misión Vivienda Venezuela, Centro Nacional de Autónomo de Cinematografía (CNAC) ) and the National Cinematheque.

Gámez pointed out that the meeting will take place on December 3 and 4 at the National Cinematheque, located in the Museum of Fine Arts, and from December 6 to 12 it will tour the urban areas of Caracas: Casica Urquía, in El Paraíso; San Carlos Barracks of the Altagracia Parish; Pomagas, from Catia, and New Urbanism, from Mariche, among others.

“This first Short Film Festival“ Vamos… Hagamos Cine ”, by Misión Vivienda Venezuela, will leave us a Venezuelan audiovisual platform that is more strengthened in its human potential, because new professionals and specialists have been born from it; this is our main contribution, to generate benefits of great social impact ”, he added.

He pointed out that the television program, Vamos… Hagamos Cine, will soon be launched, based on the last ten years of this audiovisual educational experience. In this sense, he added that they are working, looking to the future, for the creation of the Tres Pinceles National School of Audiovisual Production, with the urban planning of the great mission as headquarters and axis of expansion to all sectors of the city capital.

 

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