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Events | September 12, 2010 |

Festival internacional de cine y video alternativo y comunitario “Ojo al Sancocho”
Ciudad Bolívar, Bogotá, Colombia – September 17-24 2010

General Information.
The 3rd International Community Film and Video Festival Ojo al Sancocho, produced by “Sueños Films Colombia”, will be held from September 17 to September 24 in Ciudad Bolívar-Bogotá. FICVAC is a community initiative dedicated to promote new film makers and producers involved with education and cultural strategies. The Festival encourages the exchange of expertise, knowledge and experiences related to alternative audiovisual communication, the cultural development of vulnerable communities, the visualization of Latin American identity and its multiculturalism, and the values of freedom, solidarity, peace and justice.

.organizer International ArtExpo
.curator Luca Curci
.project coordinator Letizia Mammone
.place Ciudad Bolívar, Bogotá, Colombia

.artists
Alaleh Alamir
. France | Aranka Israni . USA | Ryan D. Mc Lay . Canada | Eva Maria Neuper . Austria | Mauricio Mayorga . Colombia | Luca Curci . Italy | Nadia Perrotta . Italy

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