Dutch premiere of LOS CONDUCTOS
We’re proud to show the first feature film by Camilo Restrepo, whose short film LA IMPRESIÓN DE UNA GUERRA was part of Cinema Colombiano in 2016. Shot on 16mm, we follow Felipe “Pinky” Lozano through nighttime Medellín, where he seeks revenge after he freed himself from the grip of a religious sect. His analog film techniques combine well with the work of Ana Bravo Pérez, whose short film WHEN THE SHOT will be shown before.
There’s also a special focus on DIY filmmakers like Victor González Urrutia, who made around 40 films in Villapaz, and the legendary Jairo Pinilla, director of the first horror film in Colombia. We will have the feminist views of Ana María Millán, whose work Los Efectos Especiales de Jairo Pinilla will be exhibited at WORM ánd Cavia, and we’re showing Cada Vez Que Muero by the Red Comunitaria Trans from Bogotá. The ancestral resistance will be present with Bakaçxtepkaçx (including a Q&A with protagonist Daniel Álvarez) and Truambi by the filmmaker Mileidy Orozco Domicó (Keratuma) from the indigenous Embera Eyabida.