Angela Guerrero / Colombia / Documentary / 2014 / 18min
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A documentary that doesn’t only show the environmental repercussion of the explosion of the La Colosa mine, but moreover, with acidic nuance and no fear of raising its voice, gives us a look at what the inhabitants of the different towns and invasions have had to go through.
Un documental que no solo muestra, la repercusión ambiental que tiene la explotación de la mina La Colosa, sino que además con un matiz ácido y sin miedo a levantar la voz, nos da una mirada a lo que tienen que pasar los habitantes de los diferentes pueblos e invasiones de Cajamarca.
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Angela Maria Guerrero Carmona was born in Bogotá, Colombia, 25 years ago. She began her artistic career on stage- at 10 years old she belogned to a theater group called Cueda Majiyé. Since then she has explored the world of art and decided to study Cinema and Televison at the Corporación Universitaria. She was nominated in the Salón Internacional de la Luz, Bogotá, in 2010 as Best Director of Photography for her videoclip, “Me Sangra.”