COLOMBIA 85 MIN, 2019
In the middle of the Guajira Desert, Doris, a young indigenous Wayuu woman, exhumes her cousin's remains in order to meet her for the last time. Through a sensory journey this ritual leads her to confront death and blend the world of the dreams with the world of the living.
JUAN PABLO POLANCO
Juan Pablo Polanco was born in Bogotá Colombia in 1994. He studied Fine Arts at the Javeriana University and worked at the production company “Crack” where he participated in documentary projects as cameraman, editor and assistant director. He studied film direction at ECAM school in Madrid and he is currently co-founder of the Colombian production company Los Niños Films with whom he made his short film Portete and his first feature film Lapü.
CÉSAR ALEJANDRO JAIMES
César Alejandro Jaimes was born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1993. In 2010 he joined the Guerrero Art Academy at the Analog Experimental Photography Workshop, where as a graduate work he exhibited the experimental photographic series Ruinas (2012). He continues his film studies in the Unitec Film School. Following his interest in film direction and production, in 2016 he joined the colombian production company Burning Blue as production assistant. He is a cofounder and currently part of the filmmakers group Los Niños Films, a colombian production company with which he has made the great majority of his cinematographic works; director, producer and producer of film training workshops.
- Sundance Film Festival 2019
- Berlinale 2019
DOKer 2019 — Main Competition