The City Council of Los Alcázares continues working to improve its projects in the field of culture, so in collaboration with the International University of the Sea (UNIMAR), it will launch a series of activities and theoretical and practical summer courses on film production and production where all kinds of public called "Reset Mar Menor: cinema and image for a landscape in crisis" can participate.They will be taught between September 4 and 19, 2020, in morning and afternoon shifts.This morning the act for his presentation took place, chaired by the mayor Mario Cervera, in which he reiterated the recognition to the University of Murcia (UMU) for “improving the instruments for cultural development, and for trusting in its commitment to participate in the training of professionals, scientists, among others, "he said.The alcazareño alderman, has been accompanied by Alicia Rubio Bañón, Vice-Rector for Employment, Entrepreneurship and Society at the University of Murcia, María José Portillo Navarro, Director of UNIMAR and Permanent Offices of the University of Murcia, and Julio Daniel Suárez Espinosa, Professor of the course from UNIMAR in Los Alcázares.This is already the 37th edition of UNIMAR courses and will take place at the Municipal Center of Claras del Mar Menor.The students who belong to the University of Murcia and the UPTC will have the possibility of validating the activities for their credits corresponding to the return of the 2020/2021 course.Some of the professionals who will be teaching the courses are Professor Luis López Carrasco, film director, film producer, writer, and co-founder of the Los Hijos audiovisual collective; and Pedro Ortuño Mengual, artist and professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Murcia.Places can be requested up to a week before the start of activities through the Universidad del Mar website.Mayor Cervera has concluded his speech by pointing out that "Unimar is synonymous with the advancement of knowledge, and with it, we will ensure that Los Alcázares enters the cultural map."For her part, Alicia Rubio, commented that "we must enrich the educational offer of citizens", and despite being a difficult year, other options have been launched, such as online, and the director of UNIMAR, María José Portillo He explained that "no student for financial reasons will have problems signing up and doing it and they will give scholarships for courses until September."Cinema in Los AlcázaresOne of the main courses in the programming of the Universidad del Mar that will take place in the coastal municipality, is the one taught by Julio Daniel Suárez, whose theme focuses on the Mar Menor.During the presentation of said activity belonging to this educational program, Suárez commented that “it is an opportunity to be able to take courses in different formats on subjects as interesting as the Mar Menor, whose research gives us the possibility, through art and science.
, to open other perspectives ”.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Los Alcázares