Tune into the program on Tuesday, September 8th at 6:30 pm at www.radiofunglode.org!
This week, Funglode’s Tamo en Radio program will discuss the 5th annual Dominican Environmental Film Festival during all its sections.
This weeks’ music, during the program Tócala otra vez, Sam, will be the Cateura Recycled Instruments Orchestra (Paraguay), who, along with their film Landfill Harmonic, will inaugurate the 5th annual festival, tomorrow at 5:00 pm at Agora Mall – Santo Domingo Palacio del Cine. The distinct feature of the group is their interpretation of musical works with recycled instruments, made from solid household wastes.
The El Pez Gordo section will be interviewing a very special guest: the writer and film director Denis Delestrac, who has been invited to the Environmental Film Festival for two films: “La Guerra de la Arena” and “Banking Nature” and who will also give two master classes. Are you going to miss this?
The section Tamo Allá will also be involved in the event, and through it, the public will be able to meet other guests who have come to the country for the Environmental Film Festival and who will talk about their projects and film proposals from an ecological point of view.
The Primera Plana section will cover the workshops, master classes and other activities that will take place during the 5th annual Dominican Environmental Film Festival.
The section En Cartelera will be very ecological this week, with an agenda closely related to the planet, showcasing programming provided by the Environmental Film Festival over six days, starting tomorrow and up until September 13th. Among the films to be shown are “Food Patriots,” “Banking Nature,” “Plastic Paradise,” “Ice Bear,” “LandFill Harmonic” and the Dominican film “Gente como tú,” along with many more. Tamo en Cine Radio has all the information you need to plan your agenda of movie screenings for the week.
The program Toma Una will talk about today’s immense challenge of saving the environment and the importance of initiatives such as the Environmental Film Festival, which offer us the knowledge and tools to set out in the fight for the preservation of our natural resources.
You can listen to the program on Tuesday at 6:30 pm at web.radiofunglode.org or download the podcast.