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Where Jobito Lives

Mexico – 2011

Short Films Films Ecofilm Kids’ Short Films Program


  • Tuesday, September 13 - 8:00am
    Liceo Francés de Santo Domingo - Santo Domingo
  • Wednesday, September 14 - 9:00am
    Colegio Loyola, Santo Domingo
  • Wednesday, September 14 - 9:00am
    Colegio Bilingue New Horizons, Santo Domingo
  • Wednesday, September 14 - 9:00am
    St. Michael’s School, Santo Domingo
  • Wednesday, September 14 - 9:00am
    Colegio Dominicano, Santiago de los Caballeros
  • Wednesday, September 14 - 10:00am
    Palacio del Cine – Agora, Santo Domingo
  • Wednesday, September 14 - 10:00am
    FUNGLODE, Santo Domingo
  • Wednesday, September 14 - 10:00am
    Centro Cultural Monina Cámpora, San Juan de la Maguana
  • Thursday, September 15 - 10:00am
    Saint George School, Santo Domingo
  • Thursday, September 15 - 10:00am
    Colegio Bilingue New Horizons, Santiago de los Caballeros
  • Thursday, September 15 - 10:00am
    Centro Cultural Perelló, Baní
  • Thursday, September 15 - 10:00am
    Casa de la Cultura de Constanza. La Vega
  • Thursday, September 15 - 11:30am
    Instituto Iberia, Santiago de los Caballeros
  • Thursday, September 15 - 6:00pm
    Oficina Técnica Provincial, Hermanas Mirabal (Salcedo)
  • Friday, September 16 - 10:00am
    Centro Cultural Narciso Gonzalez, Santo Domingo
  • Friday, September 16 - 10:00am
    Biblioteca Infantil y Juvenil Republica Dominicana, Santo Domingo
  • Friday, September 16 - 10:00am
    Palacio del Cine- Bella Terra, Santiago de los Caballeros
  • Friday, September 16 - 3:00pm
    Iván García Teatro Escuela, Puerto Plata/Sosua

Jobito cannot continue playing due to the effects of misuse of resources and energy from his neighbors. From littering, wasting electricity, using non-renewable sources and wasting water, his neighbors are slowly killing fun. So Jobito comes up with an idea!

Director: Gabriel Gónzalez

Country: Mexico

Year: 2011

Duration: 5:16 min

Language: No Dialogue


Gabriel Gónzalez


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