‘Insularia’, a film festival made in islands, will begin its tour of the Canary Islands in Lanzarote
Teguise will host next Friday, November 29, the fourth edition of Insularia-Islas en Red, the festival dedicated to the island’s cinematography. The event will begin its roaming from the Villa de Teguise and from La Graciosa to the rest of the islands.
Starting from this vocation of opening a window to the island’s cultures of the planet, ‘Insularia’ proposes in this fourth edition a selection of 40 short films that have stood out for their impact on international festivals. These are proposals that reflect the creative diversity of the different island cinematographies whose different points of view present a common denominator: the island.
In this way, the audience can enjoy a variety of genres and themes, animation and real image, fiction and nonfiction, movies in a comedy or drama tone, through stories from eight island territories: Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Azores, Madeira, Canary Islands and Balearic Islands.
The screenings will be held for free on November 29 at the Teguise Timple Museum, in a single session at 8:30 pm; and in La Graciosa, two sessions per day from December 6 to 8, at 8:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.