The BIRRARANGGA Film Festival, scheduled for March 11 to 14, celebrates contemporary indigenous cinema and its filmmakers.
Sara Mama was produced collectively by CHIRAPAQ and Quechua indigenous youth, who took part in script writing, pre-production and filming.
When summer starts in the southern hemisphere, indigenous peoples celebrate a new beginning in Mother Earth’s cycle of life.
During his visit to Lima the director attended a screening of short films made by Andean and Amazonia youth.
Television station plays deaf to UN’s disapproval of comic portrait of indigenous women.
Teresa Pomahuacre stood out for her talent on audivisual storytelling.
In Peru, local radios have become instruments of power for politicians and private companies.
The aim is to highlight violence to indigenous women visible through short films.
Peru, indigenous youngsters await the possibility to continue documenting their communities’ reality and knowledge.
Doris Loayza, MA Candidate at CLACS, shares her experience Knowing the work of CHIRAPAQ’s Indigenous Communication Program.
The life experiences of two women indigenous communicators in the Andes and the Peruvian Amazon.
Documentary on indigenous communicators who use the radio and ICTs to defend and exercise their rights.