The 6th Viva Film Festival begins today with screenings of tourist films
The festival of ecological, religious, tourist and youth documentary film Viva Festival in the first online edition begins with screenings of selected tourist films in three terms from 12, 20 and 01 hours on the website www.vivaba.com
Within the category of tourist film, 10 films will be shown today in which the authors will take viewers in specific ways to the Argentine “El Salto” (Melissa Giordano and Hernan Rimoldi), a town of sunken memories, introduced to the making of ceremonial oak masks in villages Portuguese region Serra da Lousã ” Cork Mask ” (Tiago Cerveira), making perfume in ancient Egypt ” Adventure of Scents ” (Sahin Yigit), fiery rituals and folk customs of the Qashqai clan through the film ” Ojagh ”, by Iranian author Ali Bolandnazara.
With the film “Lu-lu lu-lu”, directed by Predrag Todorović, we travel to the mountainous regions of eastern Serbia, where pastoral “songs without words” are kept from oblivion, and the film “I’m losing you” (Aleksa Ristović) is inspired by Azure window on the Maltese island of Gozo. In today’s program, the film “Flag” (Mario Orozco) will be shown, with which the author takes us to Mexico, the cradle of Aztec civilization, from where “Roads of Japan” (Lucas Rue), we follow the French blogger Aal Kanzali on 105 kilometers long a pilgrimage through the beautiful landscapes of Japan. The tourist postcard ” Visit South Styria ” (Christian Taferner) is the best way to get to know this pearl of Austria, and the French filmmaker couple Candice and Jean-Emmanuel spent months researching the lives of New Zealanders, their hobbies, habits, Māori culture in film. “North around New Zealand.”
All films that will be screened today are also available on demand, and more information is available on the Festival website www.vivaba.com and at https://www.facebook.com/vivafilmfest/