Argentina's own English-based online news source the Argentina Independent recently featured a recap of PKN Buenos Aires Vol. 29, and had a bit of this to say:
Presenter Natalia Nasep, of Cine en movimiento, an organisation that aims to provide the means and equipment for disadvantaged children to express themselves by making films and documentaries about the world around them, described her experience. “It was difficult, honestly, to choose 20 images to tell the story of our whole project, our process, but after that, we followed through with the point that we wanted to convey with the presentation and it worked out.”
As well as:
Attending a PechaKucha night is the perfect way to jump right into a new city and uncover a dozen different creative projects happening within, meet people, or to just get a quick infusion of inspiration directly into your veins.
I can’t recommend it enough.
Check out the full Argentina Independent article here
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