The Festa de Lletres Falleres promoted the Valencian and delivered their humorous prizes.
The Festa de les Lletres Falleres, held last Friday in the Musical instruction Centre (CIM) benimaclet, promoted the Valencian in party publications and delivered humorous satirical, summoned for the 2014-2015 financial year awards.
With this Act, the platform Lletres Falleres paid tribute to the work carried out by the commissions in their work by providing, the llibrets of Falla, cultural content and in Valencian.
Veronica March journalist and actor and Carlos Galiana fallero concocted a fun script with references to current political events, in which there were also references to an idyllic (or utopian) Republic of les Lletres Falleres or the implementation of an imaginary realm of Fallas.
The ceremony was attended by the winners of various awards convened by Lletres Falleres in 2014: Rafa Tortosa (of the Falla Juan Ramón Jiménez in Xàtiva), winner of the Mocador; Joaquín Requena (of the Falla Ramon y Cajal in Torrent), winner of the prize Soler i Godes; José Antonio Martínez Giner (of the Falla Cambro of Tavernes de la Valldigna), winner of the Mallow; Popular and combative Fallas (the Mestre Ortifus front page award winners), the Falla plate from the Forn d'Alzira (winner of the prize Mestre Ortifus of coherence) and representations of the Ajuntament de Valencia prize winners i Joan Climent.
The minute of gold of the Festival was the announcement of the winner of the award #plf14, who went to Olga García Salguero (of the Falla plate of the pillar of Valencia) by its "Llavors, fallers, we d'acord to no estem d'acord to vote if acordem or not fer a congres or tot the contrari?".
The musical part was in charge of the singer-songwriter Quim Sanç, which delighted the audience with a broad sample of their songs in Valencian as ara is the moment, modern Societeletat or Cant to Valencia. The anecdote with which Quim claimed the use of Valencian in the city of Valencia, where sometimes speak our language is more strange that in English was also very celebrated.
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