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A Mesa pola Normalización Lingüística fosters a manifesto in favour of cinema shot in Galician language

23/07/2018

With the occasion of the celebration on July 25 of the Día da Patria Galega, A Mesa pola Normalización Lingüística promotes a manifesto in favor of cinema filmed in Galician.

With the license to rethink the famous quote from Castelao, which claimed our language as the quintessence of the galeguidade, we intend to draw attention to the value of language – from a political, economic, cultural, geographical and historical- and argue the need for a firm commitment to the cinema filmed in Galician “, says the beginning of the manifesto, which also emphasizes a firm commitment to the” Galician heroic cinema “by the agents that are part of the audiovisual sector.

The manifesto can be signed here.

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