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Integration and sport for all

The second day of the BCN Sports Film Festival 2019 started with forcé in the screening of the session “Els Colors de l’Esport”, which took place at the Auditori 1899 FC Barcelona. The idea for this session was the Barça Foundation, which through a collaboration agreement with the BCN Sports Film Festival with the objective of promote the values of sport, among the ate attendees were the boys that live in the Masía del Barça.

In addition, atended Josep Vives, spokesman for Barcelona’s board of directors; Daishi Kato, director of “Dead Run”, Jesse Adalang, a french co-director of the film “Ousmane” and José Campos, director, directly from Mexico, to present his short film “Buscando el Green”.

At 7:00 pm we enjoyed two sessions; the first one was “Ganbaru” at the Museu Olímpic i de l’Esport Joan Antoni Samaranch, where there was a exhibition of Kendo, a martial art with Japanese origin. In addition, we had the pleasure of having there thre directors of the films.

On the other hand, at the same time, the session “El Repte” was screened at the Museu i Centre d’Estudis de l’Esport Dr. Melcior Colet. We were accompanied by Antoni Reig, Consell Català de l’Esport Director; Josep Giménez Maluenda, FCEPD President; Juli Pernas, Fundació Barcelona Olímpica Director; Montse Gràcia, UNES President; Josep Oriol Martínez and Marta Llauradó to commemorate the 50Th Anniversary of the Federació Catalana d’Esport per a persones amb discapacitats.

To finish the second day of the festival we had the session “Curts Non-Stop” at the Can Castellet Cinemas in Sant Boi de Llobregat. We also had a special visit, Carlota Oms the director of “Adalamadrina”.