Cinema, culture and training for this week in Guayaquil.
On Netflix: A True Story
The tape arrives on the entertainment platform Penguin Bloom, which tells the true story of Sam Bloom, a mother of three who was seriously injured during an accident in Thailand. Starring Naomi Watts and Andrew Lincoln, the film follows the protagonist’s life after having suffered a terrible accident as she and her family struggle to adjust to their new normal. In 2013, while on vacation, Bloom leaned on a faulty balcony railing, fell on concrete, fracturing her skull, breaking her lungs, and breaking her spine. Available from today.
The Guayaquil soprano Viviana Rodríguez will analyze, through a transmission on Facebook, the comic opera “Las Boda de Fígaro” by WA Mozart. The virtual meeting, which will include audiovisual capsules with training material, will take place on Tuesday, July 13 from 7:00 p.m. and those interested can join for free at www.facebook.com/tcagye.
Flamenco continues at the Sánchez Aguilar Theater
This Wednesday, July 14, the group Peña Flamenca Rafael Aguilar together with the EPTEA Danza academy will offer a new presentation of “La Peña Flamenca”, a show of dance pieces and live Spanish music with tonás, peteneras, bulerías, tangos, rumbas and guajiras.
On stage will be dancers Karina Matamoros, Natasha Arellano Febres-Cordero and Gloria Febres-Cordero Carlo, accompanied by outstanding musicians. The outdoor performance starts at 20:00. Admission is $ 15.
Course to digitize your business
Learn to digitize the structure of your business in the free virtual course that will be taught this Tuesday, July 13 by Natalia Hernández, CEO and founding partner of BrainBox Solutions SA The training, organized by Workshop Coworking, will be held from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 00 and you can register at https://bit.ly/webinar13julio (there are only 100 spots available). More information: 099-603-8911. (I)