Featured Photo: Horyou founder and CEO Yonathan Parienti interviewing YUAN MA & DAKE DONG, directors of Legend of the Rabbits: The martial of fire (China)
Day 2 of the Horyou Social Good Village was marked by a live performance by Carmen Maria Vega. You can watch her performance that was also live streamed yesterday.
At Horyou Village, there is an exhibition area for NGOs to present their causes and how attendees can become involved in their global projects.
“The non-profit world and its initiatives will resonate in Cannes this year, ” said Horyou founder and CEO Yonathan Parienti. “We are very happy to have non-profit organizations from our social network showcasing their contributions at Horyou Village.”
There was also a screening of the Academy Award winning short documentary, Inocente, about a homeless undocumented teen and the way in which she sees the world through her art.
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