Tomorrow Friday, October 15, starting at 6 in the afternoon, all the magic of the seventh art will slide into the Huanchaco spa with the projection of the film “Delicious dried fruit”, as part of the Peruvian Cinema Caravan, one of the main activities of the Peruvian Film Festival (Feci) that this year is in its eighth edition until Sunday, October 17.
The activity will take place in front of the sea, in the San Martín square (in front of the police station), at the height of the Huanchaco pier, complying with the biosafety and social distancing protocols due to the coronavirus with this caravan that aims to disseminate film productions Peruvians in the sectors that have less access to them, in addition to offering a moment of entertainment for moviegoers. “We invite all families to enjoy this film that revalues what is ours, our culture, our seafaring,” said Fecit’s project director, Antonio Ulloa Cueva.
“Delicious dry fruit” is a dramatic Peruvian film, directed by Ana Caridad Sánchez and starring Claudia Dammert and Hugo Vásquez. The film proposes a cry of struggle and the conquest of freedom for those women who have postponed their dreams because of routine and a tribute to the sailor. It is worth noting that the activities of Fecit can be followed through the Fecit website: www.fecit.pe, where, in addition, the films are broadcast completely free.