One more year Arica Nativa opens a space for the seeds that will change the world, boys and girls who, with their drive and creativity, make films to save the planet.
In 2015, the Arica Nativa Native Film Festival created a new category of competition for films created by filmmakers up to 14 years old, with the purpose of integrating new audiences and delivering audiovisual tools to students who want to tell their stories to the world. Arica Nativa Wawa celebrates 7 years of uninterrupted realization, promoting in the new generations the love for its natural and cultural treasures. Thus, in 2015 and 2016 the films made had to be related to the legends of the grandparents, and since 2017, the films are created with stories to save the planet.
Films from Chile, Spain, England, Australia, and Argentina, among other countries, have been projected on the screen of Arica Nativa Wawa, each year bringing more than 1500 students, films made by their peers.
WAWA CATEGORY 7 TO 13 YEARS
WAWA CATEGORY 14 TO 17 YEARS OLD
In "Amuyirinaka" girls, boys and young people interview the great herders who have marked the history of Arica Nativa, 16 years falling in love with conservation.