Finished films of up to 30 minutes length. Fiction, documentary, animation films that have been produced in the Arica and Parinacota region, promoting cultural landscape and natural and cultural treasures of the region.
Jean Pierre García, film critic, artistic director of the Festival d’Amiens (France).
Shaandiin Tome, director of Canadian indigenous cinema.
Ana Josefa Silva, film critic, president of the Arts Critics Circle of Chile.
PICAFLOR DE ARICA
Ignacio Llaña, documentary, 10 min. Chile, 2018
The Picaflor of Arica is the smallest bird in Chile and one of the smallest in the world. It is an endemic species of the Region, facing extinction due to the productive and industrial activities of the valleys. It has been informed that there are only about 400 remain.
Ricardo Amunátegui, animation, 5 min. Chile, 2017
An animated story told by Julia, a girl who, along with her friend Don Pedro, a storyteller, teaches about the Paso de Morenos dance, also called Pituco dance.
ARICA SIEMPRE RICA. CAPÍTULO N° 2 COMUNIDAD PESCADORES
Adrián Rivas, TV series, 30 min. Chile, 2018
In this chapter, Nadia will visit the artisanal fishermen of Arica Cove during the celebration of San Pedro and San Pablo, fishermen patron saints. Dance, music, sea landscapes and much more.
FIESTA CHICA DE LA VIRGEN DE LAS PEÑAS
Evaristo Jarawi, documentary, 16 min. Chile, 2017
Documentary about the celebration of the Virgen de las Peñas.
Jose Mateo, documentary, 8 min. Chile, 2018
The story of human perception near a wetland in a country that wants to be fictitious.
NORTE DEL SUR
Lila Arenas, documentary, 17 min. Chile, 2018
Is cinema a time machine? A woman travels to the North where she grew up, to rebuild that passing place through cinema. This road movie is a documentary that goes from Antofagasta to a small town called Timar, in a starry night.
CABALGATA CALAUNZA, CODPA 2004
Carlos Requena, documentary, 20 min. Chile, 2004
For more than 12 years, a couple of friends traveled the forgotten muleteer routes between Arica and its interior; this is the story of one of those trips.
Pablo Mérida, fiction, 6 min. Chile, 2017
She is the last olive tree, the favorite of the Azapa Valley, since the 16th century. In the name of industrial development, it falls into oblivion, but some men of his past still remembers and decide to come for it.
Non- Competition Screening
Monday, November 5th, 20:00 hrs. Former Colón Cinema.