Next up, “Mondo Banana” heads to the National Art Museum in Mexico City for a free screening organized as part of Cinema Planeta’s ongoing environmental film programming throughout Mexico. The banana doc will open the Cinema Planeta’s Cinema Club program at MUNAL (the National Art Museum) at 3pm on Friday, September 5.
After that, “Mondo Banana” returns to Colombia where it will screen in competition as an Official Selection of the 2014 Festival de Cine Verde de Barichara (Barichara Green Film Festival) which runs September 17-21 in Barichara, Colombia – a mountain town and National Monument which the Colombian government has declared to be “The Most Beautiful Town in Colombia”. The film plays at 9pm on Thursday, September 18 in one of the town’s historic colonial-era chapels.
Switching continents, “Mondo Banana” then heads to Estonia where it will screen as part of the 12th Matsalu Loodusfilmide Festival (Matsalu International Nature Film Festival) on Friday, September 19. The banana doc is part of the festival’s Mosaic Program at the Lihula Museum in Matsalu National Park.
In October, the documentary will have its Southeast Asian Premiere at the 2014 Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival in Malaysia. The festival runs October 17-19, screening time and date TBA.