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¡ARICA NATIVE WAWA RETURNS WITH ITS ACCLAIMED CALL FOR FILMS MADE BY CHILDREN TO SAVE THE PLANET!

One more year Arica Nativa opens the space to the seeds that will change the world, the little ones, that with their impetus and creativity, have made films to promote the conservation of the planet.


In 2015, the Arica Nativa Festival created a new category of competition for films created by girls and boys, with the purpose of integrating new audiences and providing audiovisual tools to students as a tool to tell their stories. Thanks to the support of the Gabriel and Mary Mustakis Foundation, Arica Nativa Wawa has been in continuous production for 4 years, promoting in the new generations the love for its natural and cultural treasures.

 

Thus, in 2015 and 2016 the films made were to be related to the legends of the grandfathers, and since 2017, the films are made by children to save the planet.

 

Students from Chile, Spain, England, Australia, and Argentina, among other countries, have presented their work in Arica Nativa Wawa.

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TALLER
CREACIÓN DE PELÍCULAS

PARA NIÑAS Y NIÑOS

 
 
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Selección oficial

competencia categoría wawa

Apocalipsis humano. Flavia Arbiser, Argentina.

Nuestro mundo plástico. Tilly Jones, Reino Unido.

Así es como ellos me tratan. Iago Ameijeiras, Camilo Benavidez, Mora González, Abril Di Fazio. Argentina.

Espinhópolis- El mundo en problemas. E.B. Nº2 Espinho. Portugal.

El guardian del papel. 2ª, Escola Aldeia Nova Guetim. Portugal.

La abeja, nuestra mejor amigaEscuela, cámara ¡acción!. Argentina.

El niño domesticado. Noah Bernasconi. Suiza.

Mundo al revés. Andreja Goetz, Jelena Dragutinović, Gašper Markun, Janja Kosi. Eslovenia.

La bailarina. Lucy González, Andrea Bracho, María Rivero, Rafael González, José Calderón, Valentina Pérez, Abraham Jiménez. Venezuela.

La tierra no es un basurero. Betsey Blacklock. Reino Unido.

JALLAWITA. Estudiantes de IEP 70494 Macari - Puno. Perú.

El monstruo y el bosque. Emef Raimundo Medrado filho. Brasil.

Síganme. Kyra Goudsmit. EE.UU.

Los duendes de Cuachirindoo. Colectivo Ojo de Venado. México.

Los tenis amarillos de Blanca Nieves. Colectivo Ojo de Venado. México.

One more year Arica Nativa opens the space to the seeds that will change the world, the little ones, that with their impetus and creativity, have made films to promote the conservation of the planet.


In 2015, the Arica Nativa Festival created a new category of competition for films created by girls and boys, with the purpose of integrating new audiences and providing audiovisual tools to students as a tool to tell their stories. Thanks to the support of the Gabriel and Mary Mustakis Foundation, Arica Nativa Wawa has been in continuous production for 4 years, promoting in the new generations the love for its natural and cultural treasures.

 

Thus, in 2015 and 2016 the films made were to be related to the legends of the grandfathers, and since 2017, the films are made by children to save the planet.

 

Students from Chile, Spain, England, Australia, and Argentina, among other countries, have presented their work in Arica Nativa Wawa.

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