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The Coppel Foundation Presented FROZEN at the 21st FICM

Fundación Coppel

Said García

As part of the 21st Morelia International Film Festival (FICM), in collaboration with the Coppel Foundation, through its Cultural Development and Public Spaces action line, the film Frozen (2013) was presented.

Frozen tells the story of a young princess who sets out on an adventure with a mountaineer to find her sister, whose icy powers have enveloped their kingdom in a perpetual winter.


Rocío Abud, director of the Coppel Foundation, sent a message in which she said: "We are excited to collaborate for the second time with the festival, as it is a great event through which we can focus our efforts on bringing culture to the public through the seventh art. 

Abud thanked the government of Morelia, and specifically the Honorary President of the System for the Integral Development of the Family in Michoacán, Grisel Tello Pimentel, for supporting them in developing their objective of creating opportunities that contribute to improving the quality of life in the communities where they are present. 

Abud said that the Coppel Foundation believes in culture as a means of raising awareness, understanding life, and helping to build ties with other people.