Participants, directors of radio, film and television in different regions of the country, paid tribute to Manolin Alvarez pioneer of broadcasting in Cuba, with a regular pilgrimage to the cemeteries of Caibarien.
The event takes as its premise listen, observe and discuss programs and audiovisual activities promoted in the area of the Greater Antilles.
According to the event program, in theory sessions the conference highlights: The subtle difference between talent and craft, which will be given by National Radio Awards Joaquín Cuartas and Josefa Bracero.
The snail as call center specialists, this time together prominent personalities and professionals from the Cuban Radio and Television, to show their work and discuss how to make better communicative product, as reported by Adrian Quintero, director of programs at Radio Sagua and one of the organizers of the event.
In the first theoretical session of the thirty-second edition of the National Contest and Audiovisual Media, Santamareare 2015, it is also planned in the chalet of UNEAC Caibarien, a discussion on research conducted at radio stations in Villa Clara, in addition Hearing of the works in competition at the resort Brisas del Mar.
According to Rogelio Castillo, event organizer, this time a total of 98 works with genres including fiction, documentary and cultural and provinces like Havana, Cienfuegos, Sancti Spiritus and Villa Clara Las Tunas hosts were presented.
Sponsored by audiovisual subsidiary of the National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC) in the territory, Santamareare finds its relevance in the possibility of confronting criteria through workshops and conferences, so that they know what is done in other regions.
For Roly Peña, television panelist, stimuli at the end of the meeting should be expanded, perhaps leading to creation grants or alternatives that foster greater interest of Cuban filmmakers, which will lead to more participation and soundness of the proposals.
Santamareare, owes its name to an endemic snail northern keys of Villa Clara: the Banded Liguus sanctamariae.
Translated by: Daysi Olano Fernandez