[eltdf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”” background_color=””]T[/eltdf_dropcaps]he Guanajuato International Film Festival includes everyone in its celebration of cinema. This idea is brought on by the Kids in Action program, which brings features and short films dedicated to the smallest of moviegoers, as well as workshops created with the purpose of boosting the desire to make films.
In the program’s first screening, there will be a gala before the film Tesoros, in which children will have the opportunity to walk the red carpet outside the Angela Peralta Theater, take photos and watch a beautiful film.
Tesoros is a film directed by Maria Novaro, who became widely known with Danzón, which was presented at the Cannes Film Festival and tells the story of a group of children living in Barra de Potosí, a fishing community on the coast of Guerrero. These children form a band to find a treasure that pirate Francis Drake hid in the region four centuries ago. Join us at this screening and together with the children we can shout “More Cinema Please”.