By Federico García [email protected]
A crowd met yesterday at the Costanera waterfall for the fifth edition of MovilFest, the transmedia short film that combines music, art and technology and organized by the provincial government.
While on stage, the entertainers were waiting for the waters with raffles and musical numbers to prepare for the arrival of what would be the presentation of Paulo Londra at the closing of the festival, in the families of the facilities they arrived with saddles and conservatives on hand.
While waiting for the great closure, the most visited points were those that had to do with technology.
Thus, in the dome of the comet, for example, a group of young people dared to be a client, cameraman, makeup and act. That is, everything that has to do with an audiovisual production.
The activity was carried out by the Earth Producer, from where Julio Noguera commented to El Territorio that the issues addressed through the script are essentially those of inclusion of gender, racism and the religious issue. "It has an especially educational approach," he said.
In other stores, the boys were amused and learned with video games, virtual reality and 3D printing.
"We came from Aristóbulo for the recital, what we liked most was the superselfie point," said Agustina (15) in consultation with this media. And in fact, in the field of photography, children and adults formed an extensive line to make the picture of the moment.
That was the case of Silvina (48), who came from Itaembé Miní with her little Julia (10): "We were seeing body painting and the battle of free style," he said while waiting for them to be photographed "you know what we came from" He said as he looked at the head of Paulo Londra who used his daughter.
The technological proposals, at the other end of the park, were also in charge of Infinite x Descrubrir, where children spent the afternoon designing 3D characters or watching through microscopes as an excuse to convey empathy and group work, according to Pia Hodko from the stand .
There was also room for local artists, among them the comedian Rulo Espínola and the player of reggaeton Rodgal.
"It is very good that they give rise to the artists from here," said Rodrigo, from Posadas, who arrived with his group of friends to spend an afternoon in pure terriers, music and games.
A full afternoon of heat in the provincial capital that did not stop the tide of people who arrived from all points of Misiones and Paraguay, to Córdoba and Buenos Aires.
In addition, from the food court, the posts published that they had good sales and the space seemed complete.
At the end of this edition, the fifteen winners expected them to be selected among the almost eight transmedia short films that participated. The new features also highlighted the launch of the Misiones Móvil platform, which will allow access to short films and other audiovisual content made in the province.