Cinema in Zaragoza | The Ikuzen Festival kicks off with a screening of Bosco

The Ikuzen Festival kicks off with a screening of BoscoJimmy Galindo


The Ikuzen Film Festival had its official opening this afternoon at the Filmoteca de Zaragoza In an act attended and presided over by Deputy Mayor Sara Fernandez Hiring Manager, Pedro Pinheiro.

At the opening, Bosco (Uruguay, 2020) by Alicia Cano Menoni was shown. It deals with the reality of an Italian town of thirteen inhabitants, immersed in a chestnut forest. The documentary, shot over the course of thirteen years, investigates what remains.

Ecozine Festival whose traditional activity took place in the street on Tuesday morning to announce to all citizenswith the goal of revealing, showcasing and rewarding environmentally focused fiction, animation and documentariesIn addition to promoting parallel activities related to art and environmental issues.

A total of 34 films

This year’s edition will run until April 21. The main venue for the festival will again be the Filmoteca de Zaragoza, which will host Showcasing 34 films from the official competitive selection between long and short, produced and filmed In France, USA, Belgium, Chile, Finland, UK, Spain, Switzerland, Canada, Poland, Portugal, Iran, Costa Rica, Turkey, Germany, Netherlands and Mexico.

On the 15th and 17th, the FNAC Plaza de España will host screenings of the Ecozine Film Festival in other sections and CooperART. Ecozen in Familia, Ecozen Rural, Infocado, Ecozen Young Film Festival and EcoZip are the other sections of the festival leaving They will be developed in different regions of Zaragoza, Aranda de Moncayo (Zaragoza), Matarana (Teruel), Pamplona and Liana (Valencia) and Alto Palencia (Castellón).

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Wonderful world

Ecozine’s director, Pedro Piñeiro, is clear about where the event needs to go. «This festival was born by the City Council of Zaragoza and we want to continue talking, as long as necessary, about topics that are very important for the development of life on our planet. In this edition we place emphasis on the “Wonderful World” motto. We don’t want to sound naive about things that are happening, things that aren’t positive for the planet or for biodiversity, but we do want to focus above all on that wonderful world that has to do with magical places.It is a part of our memory that we all think about recovering from. And it is also about all those people, organizations and institutions that fight every day so that this wonderful world remains a legacy for subsequent generations, ”Pineiro himself confirms.

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