Remaining eight movies will be shown tonight (16.06) on the Cinema Square
Kotor – President of the Municipality Zeljko Avramovic opened yesterday the sixth Mediterranean festival of movies about the under water world “Sub aqua fest”.
In the competition there are 15 movies from 12 countries, and last night, on the first competitive night, 7 movies were shown – “Diving at the Galapagos” from Great Britain, Mediterranean Sea – Last Noah’s barge” from Italy, Belgium “Nights of the Ocean”, Serbian “Net”, “World of Shells” from Belgium and Thailand, and “Colors of Papua” from New Guinea, and Czech “Dance of the Blue Angels”.
The jury made of Vladimir Perovic, Goran Bulajic, and Dusan Vulekovic will judge films.
First three awarded films will take part in the World festival in Frecnh Antibes, which will be held from October 29th to November 5th.
At the end of the festival Japanese film “Equator – rivers of sun”, of the author Sakoshi Okaba, who is the winner of Golden palm on a lat year’s World festival will be shown.
Beside numerous film authors the guests of the festival will be representatives f the world organizations of under water film and diving, among others Giuseppe Capilano, one of the most famous authors and shooters of the under water world, and Maria Rafini.
President and the founder of the festival Veselin Mijajlovic pointed out that the festival and the films should encourage the protection of the Under water world where, for the first time, the life on the planet was conceded.
Remaining eight movies will be shown tonight (16.06) on the Cinema Square. Those are: The Escape of Sardines” from Australia, Italian “Magical Mediterranean”, “Clown Struck” from Spain, “Up Ice Down” from France, Italian “Pearl of the Desert”, “The World of the Prickled Animals” from Belgium and Thailand, as well as Serbian “Poison” and “Martini’s Law”.
The organizer of the festival is NGO “Sub aqua fest”, and the founders are Ministry of culture and Municipality of Kotor. Co-organizers are Diving association of Montenegro, Diving center “Aquanaut”, and Center for culture.