• The school participates for the third time in the EMERGENTE BC program
  • 10 short films were shown

Tijuana, Baja California.- With the participation of the students of the Bachelor's Degree in Communication of the Universidad Iberoamericana (IBERO), the presentation of short films was carried out as part of the EMERGENTE BC program, in the facilities of the Carlos Monsiváis Cineteca of the Cultural Center Tijuana (CECUT), reported Abelardo Vázquez Ramos, director of Creative Industries of the Ministry of Economy and Innovation (SEI).

The titles presented were “Viajé”, “En Tus Brazos” and “En Sí Soy Yo”, directed by Pablo Cuenca; “Ausencia” by Katerin Vela; “Vida en Ambos Lados”, directed by Rangel, Agundez and Enríquez; “Avaricia” by Stefan Krieken; “Resucitar” directed by De La Rocha; “Mar”, by Dayana Diener; “Metanoia” by Jimena Gutiérrez; and “Manifestarte” by Amanda Kumul.

This is the third time that IBERO participates, and it remains an annual commitment for the presentation of their work, commented Javier Espinoza, Baja Film Commissioner and coordinator of the program.

For his part, the coordinator of the IBERO Communication Career, Juan Manuel Avalos expressed, “Emergente BC is a very important space for the communication major because it allows students to experience the projection of their creations in a movie theater, but also because of the feedback they receive from the community and external collaborators.

It should be noted that EMERGENTE BC is a program created by the Baja California Film Commission for the exhibition of short films by students from public and private educational centers in the entity.
The EMERGENTE BC program will continue on November 16 at 6:00 p.m. with the work of the students of Graphic Design Engineering at CETYS University.