The eighth edition of Patagonia International Environmental Film Festival It will take place from September 1 to 5 in Puerto Madryn, in person, and with virtual transmissions throughout the country.
“Once again, the festival proposes a great diversity of films and activities that discuss the importance of the environment, its conservation and awareness of the planet we live on,” the organizers said in a statement.
How to watch the selected films of the Patagonia International Environmental Film Festival
The selected films can be seen online with free access on the festival platform www.patagoniaecofilmfest.com and through the platform Let’s live Culture.
During the five days, more than 40 films will be screened divided into the categories international feature films and short films in competition, short films from Patagonia, animated short films for children, and the parallel sections “Origins” and “Oceans: Conservation Horizon”.
In addition, this year there will be films from two invited international festivals: San Diego Undersea Film Exhibition (United States) and Arica Nativa (Chile).
Within the face-to-face activities, there will be outdoor functions, beach cleanups, musical shows, food workshops, a gastronomic fair, talks, a photographic safari, a photo exhibition, workshops, yoga classes and plays.
Within the framework of the festival activities, the “Schools go to the movies” program will also be carried out, with the presence of more than 2,500 girls and boys from primary and secondary schools.
As the organizers explained, since 2016 more than 30,000 viewers from different parts of the country have been able to access a program made up of films from all over the world, thanks to PEFF Itinerant, a project that takes screenings and debates on environmental cinema to different locations.
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