The Los Cabos International Film Festival reaches its closing day, but not before making it clear that the seventh art is culture. With all the challenges that the 9th digital edition represented, the vast cultural compendium that the platform offered should be highlighted and will be documented on its social networks.
If you have not yet browsed the Discover Los Cabos menu or visited the festival’s YouTube channel, both are fantastic options to transport yourself to this idyllic tourist destination and learn about its history. Download the Los Cabos guide, where you will have images and articles that stimulate the reader’s imagination, and invite us to take a journey through time and distance.
Wake up to the sound of the waves, light up the atmosphere with the view of the sunset at El Faro with DJ sessions by Bosforo, visit the exhibition “Historias sin tiempo” legacy of the plastic artist Nacho Gallardo (QPD) and let yourself be captivated by “7 Great Stories from Mexican California”
Learn about the challenges of the film industry in panels with first-rate guests: “2020, towards the transformation of our industry” where the strategies that each space has implemented in the search for equitable representation in front of and behind the camera are addressed.
The Festival closes with a theme that still presents great challenges to overcome: “Trans representation in contemporary cinema” Although the representation of the trans community in cinema has increased in recent years, the roles that are presented are usually one-dimensional.
This edition has transformed the Film Festival, which together with the seventh art highlights art, history and music. Certainly all the films in competition include these themes. Don’t miss the announcement of the winners tonight!