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GIFF 2024 will cover different genres and film styles

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The Guanajuato International Film Festival (GIFF) returns for its 27th edition, which will take place from July 19 to 29, promises a program that explores the relationship between humanity and artificial intelligence in an increasingly digital world.

In a context where artificial intelligence is transforming many aspects of life, GIFF 2024 seeks to reflect on the impact of this technology on artistic and cultural creation. Its executive director, Sarah Hoch, noted that she is focused on the latest details to the realization of the festival.

Despite the advance of artificial intelligence, GIFF continues to support human talent and creativity as essential elements in the creation of audiovisual content.

However, although human talent is reviewed, at the same time we learn about new technologies, especially to learn about new forms of digital production, in addition to learning how to use technology.

The GIFF is characterized by its extensive programming that covers various genres and film styles, offering something for all tastes. This year, the festival will include a selection of films in competition, a guest country, special screenings, workshops, conferences, and events for the whole family.

“University students have been going to their workshops every weekend since January, getting the training base that is very important for the new generations that dabble into an artistic and cinematographic education,” Sarah Hoch pointed out.

In “Identity and Belonging”, the documentaries are in the recording process, since they took advantage of Holy Week and Easter to record most of their shots in the six communities in the state; For “The Rally”, they are working on the first models, which is their first test, it was 48 hours in their state and their city.

The call for the reception of films has already closed, although there is no exact count, it is estimated that around 4,400 films from approximately 171 countries were received.

San Miguel Times

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