Antonio Coello
Colombia/Mexico/India, Experimental Fiction, 2008
13 min, S16mm, Color and Black & White
Lengua Palanquera with English and Spanish subtitles

When Catalina Lunago falls in love with a fish and gets swallowed by marsh waters, her family will try to rescue her from the world of the “Chimbumbe.” The film is an adaptation of a traditional oral tale from San Basilio de Palenque, a village in northern Colombia declared as “Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity” by UNESCO.


Mature audiences

Regal Metropolitan, Tuesday April 28, 8 PM [Followed by Parque vía]

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