They will go to India to learn about the culture and tradition of a country with a thousand faces: five giffoners will leave tomorrow - November 4 - and head to New Delhi where, with Giusy Rago of the Jury Office, to attend the eleventh edition of the Chinh India Kids Film Festival. From November 5th to 10th, Antonio Vivone, Alfonso Siani, Jennifer Notari, Greta Domenica Esposito and Beatrice Rago, aged between 12 and 17, will represent the jury of the Giffoni Film Festival abroad, evaluating the works in competition and seizing the opportunity offered by Gex in the spirit of that cultural-sharing that makes the event a one of a kind and unique in its genre.
The Chinh India Kids Film Festival & Forum is an initiative born to share knowledge, ideas and perspectives on the development and education of young people. The goal of the Indian festival is to spread the right sensibility with regards to the issues of innovation and new technologies, obviously through the audiovisual language. The program includes, in addition to watching films produced by participating institutions, the participation in the "Model United Nations Summit". This is a kind of simulation of the United Nations Congress, where each of the participants will have to relate in English on delicate issues such as climate change and human rights.