Equis Virtual Feminist Film Festival concludes in Ecuador
Quito, Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) The 2nd edition of the Equis International Feminist Film Festival virtually concludes on Sunday in Ecuador, with a program dedicated to indigenous women.
The event, which on this occasion is called 'Equis Virtual,' comes to an end after 12 days of projection of feature films, shorts, exchanges of opinions among directors and discussions on issues related to women.
The closing will include 'Lupita,' a documentary that pays tribute to 500 years of indigenous resistance from the strength of a new generation of activists and the film 'Warmi Pachakutik,' whose protagonists are four women belonging to different Ecuadorian peoples and nationalities, who make incursions in art, political activism or business.
Between both presentations, scheduled in the evening, the followers of Equis Virtual will be able to be part of a forum on indigenous women.
The feminist film event, which began on November 11, included 24 films grouped into 12 programs, 11 forums and three parallel activities.
Migration, femicide, maternity, sexual and reproductive rights, consent and justice are some of the issues that the films address, coming from countries such as Argentina, Germany, Bolivia, Mexico, the United States, Switzerland, Spain, France, Ecuador, among others.
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