Who we are

Association “BIG AJAJAI” emerged to give social form to a group of
friends, followers (to say not “fanatics”…) of “Star Wars” who had been collaborating for years with the association “Bicos de papel” (which carries out the important task of helping oncological children at the Alvaro Cunqueiro Hospital in Vigo), visiting the little ones who were admitted as characters of the famous galactic saga. The final idea is to use well-known cinematographic references among the youngest to, on the one hand, bring them closer to the world of cinema and its narrative; and, on the other hand, to carry out activities that generate a social fabric among the most disadvantaged groups.

In addition to this “INFANCINEMARÍN”, last Christmas we organized a charity event in favour of “Bicos de Papel”; and our future projects are the realization of workshops for girls and boys including realization of shorts and stop-motion, characterization of fictional characters or painting of miniatures, passing through classes of “Jedi fencing” or “confectionery of the seventh art”.

Association “BIG AJAJAI” emerged to give social form to a group of
friends, followers (to say not “fanatics”…) of “Star Wars” who had been collaborating for years with the association “Bicos de papel” (which carries out the important task of helping oncological children at the Alvaro Cunqueiro Hospital in Vigo), visiting the little ones who were admitted as characters of the famous galactic saga. The final idea is to use well-known cinematographic references among the youngest to, on the one hand, bring them closer to the world of cinema and its narrative; and, on the other hand, to carry out activities that generate a social fabric among the most disadvantaged groups.

In addition to this “INFANCINEMARÍN”, last Christmas we organized a charity event in favour of “Bicos de Papel”; and our future projects are the realization of workshops for girls and boys including realization of shorts and stop-motion, characterization of fictional characters or painting of miniatures, passing through classes of “Jedi fencing” or “confectionery of the seventh art”.