Arica nativa 2021 PROGRAM

 

Wednesday, October 27th

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CODPA | FILM

SHORT FILMS SHOW

ANDEAN SCHOOL OF CINEMATOGRAPHY

The School is the largest academic project of the Grupo Ukamau Foundation, created to meet the educational needs of audiovisual production and development in Bolivia.

20:00 HRS.

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CODPA | FILM

MAPU TINKUY

Humanity is in one of the hardest socio-environmental crises ever seen. Every two years, a group of young people organizes an intercultural meeting that brings together representatives of different native American ethnic groups and people from all over the world to converge on solutions that have as their central axis, the care of Mother Earth and Good Living.

20:20 HRS.

Friday October 29th

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PUNTA NORTE | CONCERT

RAISHAR

Producer, musician, singer-songwriter, composer and performer of the Urban Genre.

19:30 HRS.

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PUNTA NORTE | SHORT FILM

35 YEARS DYING

In Arica, between 1984 and 1985, the full dictatorship, 20 thousand tons of "mud with metallic contents" were imported from Sweden. The material was deposited at a site F. Years later, towns were built.

20:00 HRS.

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PUNTA NORTE | CORTOMETRAJE

UKAMAU Y KÉ

Abraham Bojórquez desarrolló hip-hop en lengua aymara y estremeció a la sociedad latinoamericana con su lírica rebelde. El documental trata de develar la historia de su deceso luego de su carrera musical. Andrés Ramírez, amigo de Abraham, lo trae de vuelta a la vida mediante archivos, testimonios y visiones oníricas.

20:15 HRS.

Tuesday 2nd  of November

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INAUGURAL TALK

INDIGENOUS CINEMA AS A STRATEGY OF CULTURAL AND POLITICAL RESISTANCE

Ivan Sanjines

Outstanding Bolivian filmmaker who for more than 25 years has dedicated himself to the democratization of access to cinema and television for indigenous peoples. He is the founder of the Centro de Formación y Realización Cinematográfica, CEFREC, based in La Paz, Bolivia.

10:00 HRS.

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CHAT

DECOLONIZING IMAGES. TRAINING AND FILM PRODUCTION OUTSIDE THE CITIES

Tania Medina, Claudio Sanchéz, Alicia Herrera

Three Latin American schools that contribute to the development of cinematography in the region, promote self-representation and community encounter through images. Experiences, actions and strategies to make the audiovisual an instrument of expression of identity, strengthening of traditions and preservation of oral memory.

11:30 HRS.

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MEETING

NATIVE AUDIOVISUAL SERIES

José Huamán, Carlos Magalhães, Nat Nat Iguarán

Moderator: Francisco Tarque

Configuring local stories and narratives in documentary series in indigenous communities. Filmmakers and producers from Peru, Colombia and Brazil meet to reflect and discuss how to show the intimacy of stories, territories and ancestral practices through chapters.

16:30 HRS.

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CINEMA COLÓN | CARLOS FERRAND RETROSPECTIVE

KIDS

This year Arica Nativa presents the retrospective of our friend and  great Tropper 2016 Carlos Ferrand, the documentary Niños (1974),  It is a portrait of the life of a group of infants who live in Ollantaytambo, Cusco. This is comprised of two parts: the first closer to fiction, and the second closer to the classic documentary.

19:30 HRS.

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CINEMA COLÓN | FILM

KARNAWAL

During Carnival, on the border between Argentina and Bolivia, a young dancer prepares for the most important dance competition of his life, when he receives an unexpected visit from his father, an uncontrollable thief who will endanger his dream.

20:00 HRS.

Wednesday, November 3rd

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CHAT

LINKAGE, RESISTANCE AND COMMITMENT:

LATIN AMERICAN ANIMATION FESTIVALS  

Henry Ticona and Yanira Cáceres, Ajayu Film Festival; Erwin Gómez, Chilemonos Festival; Ezequiel Dalinger, Animalatina.

Three of the main animation festivals in Latin America meet to reflect and discuss the panorama of animated audiovisual productions in the region and the challenges and opportunities of this industry.    

11:30 HRS.

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MEETING WAWA

TEACHING FILMS AWAY FROM THE CITIES

Pablo Seguel, Note-puppets; Lucio Alvarez, School, camera ¡Acción !; Alejandra Dominguez, CinemaTequio.

Teachers and filmmakers from Argentina, Mexico and Chile share their experiences with us by conducting audiovisual workshops for girls and boys from rural schools and indigenous communities, as a tool of expression that contributes to diversifying their way of creating content and communicating. 

15:00 HRS.

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MEETING

EXPANDING NARRATIVE STRUCTURES

Bruno Varela, Sebastián Wiedemann, Tuane Eggers.

Moderator: Daniela Lillo.

Indigenous and rural experimental cinema. We will dialogue with 3 leading filmmakers from Latin America about the expansion of materials,  technologies and traditional ways of making films; represent natural and personal environment from synaesthetic and immersive experiences.

16:30 HRS.

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CINEMA COLÓN | AJAYU DAY

NAUSICAÄ

1,000 years after a catastrophic world war, humanity is barely surviving on the shores of a forest polluted with toxic gases and giant mutant insects, which cover much of the Earth. The Valley of Wind is a tiny kingdom, surrounded by more powerful and hostile kingdoms. 

20:00 HRS.

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PUTRE | CONCERT

MARTÍN ROMERO

Outstanding Charanguista Ariqueño member of Honor of the International Council of Music CILM, United Nations of the Arts. Of Aymara origin, its roots come from the towns of Codpa and Putre. He has been playing since he was six years old and cultivates different styles.

19:30 HRS.

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PUTRE |  FILM

FIDEL BRAVE CHILD

A Paraguayan boy at the age of twelve travels to Argentina to work as a field laborer and runs races with his horse, Che, to help his mother financially. Che will have a fatal accident and the boy will try to heal him with very few resources.  

20:00 HRS.

Thursday, November 4th

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COURSE

SCREENPLAYS WITH A GENDER PERSPECTIVE

Florence Tundis:  Graduated 2018 from the Film Script career of the ENERC, with studies in Economics at the UBA. He has experience in writing fiction and documentary feature films and short films. She works as a screenwriter and editor. She teaches Script and Feminism courses.

10:00 HRS.

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TALK WARMI

WOMEN IN CINEMA

Sofía Quiroz, Ana María Munchnick

Women in cinema break stereotypes. In this talk we will talk about the visions and contributions of the creators to film production.

11:30 HRS.

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MEETING WAWA

NEW FORMATS, CINEMA AND CHILDREN

Kati Egely, Gabriela Badillo Margarita Cuminao, and Andrea Contreras

Moderated by: Liliana de la Quintana, Kolibrí Festival

We bring together great creators of animation films and puppets in real natural environments that from Mexico, Chile and Hungary transmit to the new generations ancestral knowledge present in indigenous legends, falling in love with nature and conservation.

15:00 HRS.

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SAMPLE WARMI

Itandehui Jansen, Kati Egaly, Leti Galeano, French Canepa, Rita Carelli, Ana María Ramírez. Moderator: Alicia Herrera.

5 great warmi filmmakers talk about their works that will be exhibited this year in Arica Nativa. This meeting will be moderated by  Alicia Herrera, director of the Indigenous Film + Video Show.

16:30 HRS.

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CINEMA COLÓN | CONCERT

PAULINA CAMUS

Singer-songwriter.

19:00 HRS.

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TRUAMBI / SONG (2019)

Mileydi Orozco, Colombia, Embera, 30 min.
Samy, a two-year-old mestizo girl, lives a ritual journey with her grandmother and aunt through the ancestral land of Embera Eyabida, seeking her roots to flourish

19:30 HRS.

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LAND WITHOUT EVIL (2017)

Katalin Egely, Hungary / Colombia, Guaraní, 4 min.
The human being has always sought his place in the universe. This short film is based on Guaraní mythology, but offers another point of view: What happens, if paradise is not a specific place but is in our mind and in harmony with all living beings?

20:00 HRS.

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GOVERNESS

Francesca Canepa, Peru, 10 min  
Juan, a 9-year-old boy, lives in a small town in Cusco, Peru, with his sick mother. Juan is a lonely child, who at his young age must face the adult world in order to provide for his home and care for his dying mother. Between psychosomatic and / or oppressive landscapes, we find ourselves immersed in the inner world of the child, who struggles to fulfill his mother's last wish.

20:04 HRS.

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KII NCHE NDUTSA / TIME AND THE SNAIL 

Itandehui Jansen, Mexico, Mixtec, 13 min.  
An indigenous boy imagines his future listening to the sounds of a seashell, while an older man listens to his past in the same shell. They both wonder about how the weather changes. This short is a reflection from an indigenous perspective, which invites the audience to consider the past and future of a territory and a biodiversity that is fading.

20:14 HRS.

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YAÕKWA / IMAGE AND MEMORY

Rita Carelli and Vincent Carelli, Brazil, 21 min.  
The Yaokwa is a long ceremonial performed by the Enawenê-nawê of Mato Grosso. For seven months the masters of ceremonies sing songs and narratives to maintain the balance between the earthly world and the spiritual world. The extensive video records made by Video in the Villages 15 years ago help to rescue songs that had been forgotten due to the death of the old masters.

20:27 HRS.

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THE RETURN OF THE PEOPLE THAT SURVIVED ITAIPU

Leticia Galeano, Paraguay, Ava Guaraní, 64 min.
Tekoha Sauce is one of the 38 communities displaced by the construction of the binational ITAIPU hydroelectric plant between Paraguay and Brazil. A story told by its protagonists shows us the current challenges, where the word of its spiritual leaders is presented as a possible solution to this conflict.

20:48 HRS.

Friday, November 5th

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CINE COLÓN | PELÍCULA

LA PRINCESA MONONOKE

Con el fin de curar la herida que le ha causado un jabalí enloquecido, el joven Ashitaka sale en busca del dios Ciervo, pues sólo él puede liberarlo del sortilegio. A lo largo de su periplo descubre cómo los animales del bosque luchan contra hombres que están dispuestos a destruir la Naturaleza

10:00 HRS.

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COURSE

ULTRA LOW BUDGET AND HIGH RISK CINEMA

Paper driven by the book, with punctual and pragmatic information on the process behind independent cinema. Topics such as: Script and development, Pre-production,  Budget, Equipment, Minimum guerrilla crew, Troubleshooting, Video and audio editing, Subtitles, DCP.

11:30 HRS.

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CINEMA COLÓN | WAWA WORKSHOP

DOCUMENTARY CREATION

In this workshop, made up of 3 courses, boys, girls and young people will learn basic tools to make a documentary that motivates new generations to recover the beaches and become aware of the care they deserve. In the first course, we will review the basic tools necessary to make a documentary.

15:00 HRS.

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ARTISAN POPULATION | CONCERT

MARTÍN ROMERO

Outstanding Charanguista Ariqueño member of Honor of the International Council of Music CILM, United Nations of the Arts. Of Aymara origin, its roots come from the towns of Codpa and Putre. He has been playing since he was six years old and cultivates different styles.

19:30 HRS.

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ARTISAN POPULATION | FEATURE FILM

PANGEA

Musical documentary of Chilean music Camila Moreno, a record of her creative process, anchored to the concert held in January 2017 in Santiago. In a vibrant journey through the songs performed live, the film shows us behind the scenes of the event, interviews with Camila and the band, revealing the artist's overflowing creative universe.

20:00 HRS.

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ARTISAN POPULATION | SHORT FILM

ANDEAN SCHOOL OF CINEMATOGRAPHY

The School is the largest academic project of the Grupo Ukamau Foundation, created to meet the educational needs of audiovisual production and development in Bolivia.

20:30 HRS.

Saturday, November 6th

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COURSE

TECHNICAL FUNDAMENTALS OF STENOPEIC PHOTOGRAPHY

Veronica Soto.

Visual artist, photographer and arts teacher, interested in the image, its origin, its production and influence on our culture. He has published 2 photography books. He teaches photography classes and works with the image. 

10:00 HRS.

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RURAL AND NATIVE FILM DISTRIBUTION STRATEGIES. CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

Marjorie Mazares, Cintanami Films Shorts Fit.

From their different areas and countries, the guests will talk about their experiences in distribution, production, exhibition and public policies around the realization of audiovisual productions with indigenous and rural themes. In addition, the role of Film Festivals as the only platforms to access these contents will be addressed.

16:30 HRS.

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MEETING WAWA

CHILDREN FILMMAKERS

Pamela Barrios, Amparo and Colomba Lara Barrios; Etheline Viscarra Puña, Violeta Murtagh Cabezas and Okarina Luz; NGO Mundo Libre

Moderator: Camila Baracat

Girls and boys members of the teams that received distinctions in the Wawa 2021 category, talk about their experience doing "Journey to another world", "Guardians of the Mamapacha" and "Field School" who with their enthusiasm and genuine interest in the cinema and the protection of the environment, motivate the new generations

16:30 HRS.

Sunday, November 7th

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BEACH CLEANING

NGO AUPM - UNITED BY THE SEA

Together with the NGO AUPM we will carry out a beach cleaning, helping to decontaminate the city.

11:30 HRS.

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WAWA WORKSHOP

DOCUMENTARY CREATION

In this workshop, made up of 3 courses, boys, girls and young people will learn basic tools to make a documentary that motivates new generations to recover the beaches and become aware of the care they deserve. We closed the workshop by recording a documentary on the beach.

11:30 HRS.

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EL LAUCHO BEACH | CONSERVATION PARTY

MUSIC + FILMS + TRADITIONAL FOOD

Join us at the closing of Arica Nativa 2021 from El Laucho Beach in Arica.

19:30 HRS.

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CINEMA COLÓN | WAWA WORKSHOP

DOCUMENTARY CREATION

In this workshop, made up of 3 courses, boys, girls and young people will learn basic tools to make a documentary that motivates new generations to recover the beaches and become aware of the care they deserve. In the second, we will establish a filming plan to finish with the recording of a documentary about cleaning an Arica beach, always from the perspective of young filmmakers.

15:00 HRS.

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CINEMA COLÓN | WAWA SAMPLE

THE WORK OF RUBY, AMUCHA, NAHUE

Ruby, is a girl who, having contributed to the housework, wants to go out and have fun with her friend Ana, the two cannot get together for a great and unexpected reason ... the quarantine came as a result of a global pandemic, in this way the confinement is done protagonist, is it possible to get out of the state of boredom in this new scenario?  

Based on a Mapuche epew (fable) Amucha is the story of grandfather Ligkoyam and his granddaughter Alen. The year 1300 runs in the Lafkenche (coast) area of the territory, where the friendly relationship of complicity between the two develops, until one day an omen announces a new path for Ligkoyam.

Nahuel, a young Mapuche escapes for his life after a battle against the Huincas. Lost in unknown lands he meets a Nahuel (Jaguar) who feels compassion and decides to take him back to his village, avoiding meeting a ferocious Bull.  

18:00 HRS.

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CINEMA COLÓN | PROJECTION

FILM PRESERVATION: DEATH HUSAR RESTORED

Written, directed and starring Pedro Sienna, which narrates the adventures of the Chilean hero Manuel Rodríguez during the Reconquest period until his death in 1818. This work, the fourth carried out in the country in pursuit of the preservation of this film, is presented 96 years after its premiere with an unpublished version, which has the musical accompaniment of the Band of the Colectivo La Patogallina.  

19:30 HRS.

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CINEMA COLÓN | PROJECTION

AMAZON SAMPLE

KENE, NATURE'S LIVING MEMORY
It is inspired by an ancestral Shipiba tradition that several women from the Shipibo-Konibo community of Santa Teresita de Cashibococha (Peruvian Amazon) told us. This short film, mixing documentary and fiction, tells the story of Araceli, a Shipiba girl who wants to know more about the geometric patterns of kené, iconic designs of the art of her people. Following the advice of his grandmother who does not remember the origin of kené, he goes in search of Ipo Kené. visionary plant that will transmit the lost memory
 

   

KOSHI AINBOBO, BRAVE WOMEN  
In the Shipibo language Konibo means “Brave Women”, it is a documentary that narrates how two women from the original peoples of the Amazon must face the normalization of sexual violence, the lack of the right to decide on their own bodies and mother while they continue to study to achieve their dreams of becoming professionals.
    
 

FEEL KAPANAWA  
Adan, a young Kapanawa, has taken all kinds of risks to get to college and become a bilingual teacher. Without materials, or friends to practice with, he will try not to forget his native language and also graduate.
    

 

JA CHOMOBICHO BANENI. THE LAST JAR  
This short film tells the story of Granny Lola, a Shipibo Konibo woman who lives in an Amazonian indigenous community that has been deforested and can no longer access the materials she used to find in the forest to make her ceramic jars. She shares with us the reflections of her daily life in a very intimate way, as she witnesses the loss of her culture with the passing of the generations.

     
PACHAKA
Pachaka (52) recounts her walks in the forest, when she went hand in hand with her grandfather, a teacher, she taught her the language of the forest beings, even she recognized her own learning and was able to heal with it. Today, in the community these languages of the forest are already being lost, where Pachaka resists to preserve the knowledge of plants, he teaches us the use of Iwenki, telling us about his first healing, about the wisdom of grandmothers and female plants as the Maniki, which cares for, cleans and preserves the hair. Pachaka teaches us one of the oldest techniques in his community for the cleaning of evils, Evaporation, during the preparation of this he raises his voice in defense of the forest and its people.
  
  
AIRATSU
  
The women of San Miguel, Centro Mariankiari, learn to weave during their first menstruation, as part of an initiation ritual to reproductive life. Two of the community's grandmothers tell us how they learned to weave and the value of weaving in their customs, and how they are giving in to modernity.
    

20:30 HRS.

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ARICA NATIVA IN TIMAR 

ARTISTIC PRESENTATION OF THE TIMAR COMMUNITY

FILMS

TRADITIONAL FOOD

SIPAS CONCERT

19:00 HRS.