The recently found archives of Nubia B, an unknown Peruvian poet, and photographer of the 80s, lead us to discover a «lost generation» of artists who stood up against terrorism. This is a polyphonic portrait of art, violence, and resistance, exploring the limits between truth and representation.
Peruvian filmmaker graduated from PUCP and candidate for the Master’s degree in History of Peruvian and Latin American Art at UNMSM. She has been an art director, screenwriter, and university professor. The Art of War is her first film as a director.
Filmmaker, writer, and theater director. Winner of the APRECI award for Best Documentary for La revolución y la Tierra (2019), the most-watched documentary in the history of Peruvian cinema. He has won the National Prize for New Dramaturgy (2014) and the special prize of the jury of Sala de Parto (2018)
Audiovisual Communicator from PUCP. She has premiered her films in important international festivals, such as San Sebastian, Berlin, Rome, among others. She runs Animalita, her own production company.
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