Ananá, an avilanian project, awarded at the International Audiovisual Festival

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The Ananá socio-cultural project of the José Sirio Inda Hernández House of Culture in Ciego de Ávila won awards in the children’s and teenagers’ categories at the recently concluded International Children’s Audiovisual Festival Rodando Fantasías (Rolling Fantasy) in Santa Clara.

Girls Salet Viera Carvajal and Keila Rosa Ruiz won the prize in the children’s category with their work Componente natural (Natural component); while Enmanuel Mendoza Delgado won the same award in the adolescent category with his film Plantas medicinales que puedes encontrar de camino a la escuela (Medicinal plants you can find on your way to school).

Art instructors Lisset Quintana Veranes and Alexander Hernández Rodríguez, main promoters of the Ananá sociocultural project, recognized the international festival as an ideal scenario for the future formation of a more critical and creative public in the face of contemporary audiovisual production, both in social networks and in the media.

The recently concluded eighth edition of the Children’s Audiovisual Festival Rodando Fantasías, in Santa Clara, is one of the main competitive contests of the Red Cámara Chica de Cuba (Small Cuban Chamber), which stimulates audiovisual creation made by and for children and adolescents.

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