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Santiago Ramírez Osorio


Título: AVE DEL RÍO
País: Colombia
Duración: 45 mn

Inconforme con la falta de educación y la violencia de su barrio, Wilson planea recuperar un recinto escolar abandonado realizando un concierto de música «Rap» con un mensaje de paz para los jóvenes. Sin embargo, sospecha que será desalojado del lugar por la ilegitimidad de su actividad ante la Administración del municipio. El olvido, la ignorancia y la inclemencia de la calle, acompañan el recorrido de Wilson, quien encuentra en el acto de educar, un arte.

Unhappy with the lack of education and violence in his neighborhood, Wilson plans to recover an abandoned school precinct by performing a «Rap» music concert with a message of peace for the youth, however he suspects that he will be evicted from the place due to the illegitimacy of its activity before the Administration of the municipality. The oblivion, the ignorance and the inclemency of the street, accompany the journey of Wilson, who finds in the act of educating, an art.

Asociación Nomadesc


Título: EL PUEBLO QUE CAMBIÓ SU HISTORIA EN 22 DÍAS
País: Colombia
Duración: 37 mn

El Pueblo que cambio su Historia en 22 días es un documental que muestra la lucha de la comunidad del Municipio de Buenaventura en el Valle del Cauca – Colombia durante el paro cívico que se llevó a cabo del 16 de mayo al 6 de junio de 2017. El documental muestra cómo los lideres sociales organizaron y desarrollaron la protesta pacífica, también los convenios a los que se llegaron con el gobierno y, un año después del paro, señala lo que ha cumplido e incumplido el Estado colombiano.

«The People that changed their History in 22 days» is a documentary piece that narrates the struggle of the community of the Municipality of Buenaventura in Valle del Cauca – Colombia about the civic strike that took place from May 16 to June 6 of 2017.
In this audiovisual piece we can go hand in hand with its leaders the way in which peaceful protest was organized and developed, the agreements that were reached with the government and after one year of these agreements, which has been fulfilled and which has not complied today the Colombian state.

Wilson Arango Giraldo


Título: RUTA 60
País: Colombia
Duración: 27 mn

Entre 1990 y 2000, la Ruta 60 que conecta a Medellín con Bogotá se convirtió en un escenario de terror. Grupos armados se disputaron la zona. Aunque muchas cosas han cambiado hoy en día, el miedo sigue presente y los hechos atroces permanecen ocultos

Between 1990 and 2000, the Route 60 that it connects to Medellín with Bogotá turned into a scene of terror. Armed groups disputed the zone. Though many things have changed nowadays, the fear is still present and the atrocious facts remain secret.

Jaap van ‘t Kruis


Título: UNPAVED ROAD TO PEACE
País: Colombia / Países Bajos
Duración: 56 mn

Unpaved Road to Peace es un documental que visibiliza las luchas del pueblo de Caldono para lidiar con algunos guerrilleros que regresan a su pueblo natal después del proceso de paz entre el Estado y las FARC. Farid es un activista y líder social que busca a toda costa la paz y memoria de todo el pueblo. ¿Qué es más fuerte: la necesidad de venganza o la necesidad de reconciliación?

On paper, the signing of the peace treaty between the Colombian government and the FARC on
23 November 2016, ended a 53-year war in Colombia. For many years the village of Caldono
was on the frontline between the warring parties. Many guerrilla’s originally come from Caldono. They joined the FARC at young age. Now they have to return.

Farid, village leader, writes a book about everything that happened in his village. He collects stories of villagers, so nobody will forget. At the same time, he is talking with the FARC to open up a dialogue between villagers and guerrilla’s.

FARC guerrilla’s Xiomara (27) and Humberto
(23) are born and raised in Caldono. They haven’t seen their families for years. Are they really
coming back? Will they hear and see the victims of their actions? Most of the villagers see them as murderers. They are not ready for
forgiveness yet. But Farid holds onto his dream.

THE UNPAVED ROAD TO PEACE is an intimate portrait of the extremely vulnerable process of reconciliation – does the peace on paper have a chance in reality in Colombia?

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