“Sisters” tells the stories of four Colombian sisters in their 50’s –Martha, Mary, Gloria and Maria Teresa- through their day‐to‐day lives and conversations. By turns revealing and funny, their stories will reflect on love, being a woman, sex, men, and how women find ways to be happy with themselves. “Sisters” is a personal story born from the desire to make a portrait of that space of feminine intimacy from which life is interpreted.
Director: Stjepan Ostoic Papic. Producer: Extranjero Films, Sebastian Bazzani.
Juan lives in Antofagasta, a small city between desert and sea from the north of Chile, but he dreams with big cities. When an opportunity of studying in New York appears, Juan doesn't think twice: he travels and falls in love with the huge buildings, the people from all over the world, the places that movies show over and over again. However, when his mother Magdalena starts having serious health problems back in Antofagasta, Juan's life in New York will stop being the perfect one.
Art Director: Paula Nañez. Sound recordist: Lorena Chávez.
This documentary explores the armed conflict in Colombia, and the politics of demobilization and restoration through re-enactments. Mixing documentary and fiction, this film is a reflection on testimonies, representation, and the "truth" in film.
Las Otras Voces (Fragmento)
Eskwe Means Hummingbird
Fiction short film
Editor / Assistant Director
Director: Mónica Mondragón. Producer: Universidad del Valle.
Eskwe, an indigenous child, and her mother, start living in a small town's brothel. The child observes her surroundings, experiencing unknown situations that will lead to an unexpected final confrontation.