The Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela thought the Venezuelan Institute for Culture and Cooperation (IVCC) “Hugo Chávez” in San Vicente y las Grenadines, invites you to enjoy the films “Azu, Soul of Princess” and “Mission H2O” in the context of the 2nd Edition of the Venezuelan Film Festival “See Who We Are”.
This Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. the Vincentians will watch the movie “Azu, Soul of Princess”, free of charge. It runs in the year 1780 and a group of slaves flee from a sugar cane plantation, looking for to find a cumbe.
They are pursued by Don Manuel Aguirre, obsessed landowner who has fixed his eyes on Azu, the beautiful slave with an ancestral destiny. Action, mysticism and the struggle for identity unite in this feminine story covered by the magic and the jungle thicket.
And for the little ones of the house, the IVCC will screen the first Venezuelan animated film “Mission H2O” on Saturday, November 16 at 3:00 p.m.
Directed by Alvaro Cáceres, winner of the award for best film at the Festicine Kids in Cartagena, Colombia; which aims to promote the care of the earth through the conscious use of water.
Mission H2O recounts the journey of Samuel, a boy who, along with a group of friends, rushes to save the planet from the threat of aliens who stole the water from his city, Buenaventura.
The screening of these films is free of charge and will take place at the Simón Bolívar auditorium of the VICC, located on the second floor of the Venezuelan Embassy, at Sutherland’s Building, Murray’s Rd, in Kingstown; with a capacity for 50 people.