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k-lenda.com 6 festival mal del cap

Documentary screening “Leo a la Vida” followed by round table with their directors.
Venue: Vila C19 Youth Center
(Calle Castilla, 19)

‘Leo a la vida’ is a documentary about the Cuban teacher Leonela Relys, creator of the most innovative literacy method so far, the “I can.”
Winning documentary of the World Woman Awards Gold Award Best Documentary (2018) and the VI Oriana Best Documentary Awards (2018)

After the broadcast, two of the creators of the documentary will participate in a colloquium that will deepen the illiteracy.