The Open Screen Film Series presents the Columbian film “Magia Salvaje” in cooperation with Integración Cultural Colombiana en Minnesota, the International School of Minnesota, Global Minnesota, and Metropolitan State University.
The free screening will be at 7 p.m., June 2, at Film Space auditorium, Founders Hall, Saint Paul Campus. Representatives from Integración Cultural Colombiana en Minnesota will discuss with the audience the award-winning success and cultural impact of “Magia Salvaje.”
Experience the amazing creatures and landscapes of Colombia through a new lens. Colombia “Magia Salvaje” is an ambitious documentary that explores the country’s natural wonders and unique biodiversity. Through stunning cinematography, the film takes to the audience to the depths of the Pacific Ocean, to the Island of Malpelo, follows the tracks of the Lost City in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, and accompanies a condor’s flight in El Cocuy. A tribute to the beauty of Colombia, “Magia Salvaje” covers 85 locations and 20 ecosystems. It’s a must-see for adventure seekers and lovers of this natural paradise.
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