December 1, 2020

The ‘Ocean Film Tour’ arrives at Guiniguada

Access to the Guiniguada Theater in the capital of Gran Canaria.

Access to the Guiniguada Theater in the capital of Gran Canaria.

For the second consecutive year, the International Ocean Film Tour 7 did not leave anyone indifferent in its appointment with the public of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. In one session, with reduced capacity and all tickets sold, those attending the Guiniguada Theater enjoyed five documentaries related to life in the sea, sustainability, improvement and respect for marine biodiversity.

With the excitement of meeting again in a cultural space, after some very difficult months for the industry, last Friday, October 23, the second edition of the Ocean Film Tour began in the capital of Gran Canaria, with more than a hundred tickets sold. that completed the capacity available at the Guiniguada Theater.

Seven Seas

In two blocks, the attendees viewed five international audiovisual projects, especially produced in their original version, with subtitles in Spanish, of the most inspiring stories of the seven seas: Maiden, Unstoppable, The Amrstrongs, Dean Goes Surfing and Diving Deep.

Although Daniela Coutinho and Gerardo Vangioni were scheduled to meet at the Guiniguada Theater, the pandemic made it impossible for Coutinho to be in Gran Canaria. Thus, Daniela Coutinho, who represents Parley for the Oceans, a marine conservation organization, connected with the public present at Guiniguada to express her regret at not having been able to attend.

Gerardo Vangioni, in an emotional and sensitive speech, shared with the audience the work he is doing on board the Mercy Ships. “It is a hospital ship manned by surgeons, nurses, teachers, farmers and more, all of them volunteers, traveling to some of the most needy countries in the world to offer free surgeries and invest 10 months in the development of local medical staff and the hospital infrastructure ”.

Vangioni, pointed out that for Mercy Ships it is an honor to participate in such a significant event as the Ocean Film Tour and, above all, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. “This city is for us a very important port where, often, our hospital ships come to for maintenance and repair on their way to Africa,” he said.

The International Ocean Film Tour 7 said goodbye to the public, with the intention of being able to repeat in a new location, before the end of 2020, which will allow them to gather a greater number of public and thus respond to all who on this occasion they were left without entry.


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