Cinema with Values
"Man is a narrator. From childhood we are hungry for stories as we are hungry for food. Whether in the form of stories, novels, movies, songs, news ..., stories influence our lives, although not Let us be aware of this. We often decide what is right or wrong to do based on the characters and stories we have assimilated. Stories teach us; they shape our convictions and behaviors; they can help us understand and say who we are. "
Francisco in the message for the World Communications Day 2020
This space is offered as an orientation for a critical and analytical look at cinema. It presents films viewed by members of SIGNIS, specialists in the field. They are offered from a content perspective through the themes that can be found in the stories. Aesthetic and formal criteria are also highlighted.
Our recommendation is oriented to work with this material in Workshops, Seminars or Courses. The films shown here were not necessarily awarded by Signis at the festivals in which it participates.
By Peio Sanchez
from Religión Digital Magazine
The mask that I don't want to wear
by Joao Pedro Maciel
by Luis Garcia Orso SJ
Topics: Childhood - Family - Migration - Imagination
by Luis Garcia Orso, SJ
Topics: Adolescence - Education - Urban cultures - Identity and belonging - Violence and drug trafficking - Social conflicts.