In my childhood, they called me Walacha. I grew up in Chumbivilcas, a sexist, classist, and racist society governed by landowners. I learned to survive despite the changes that were taking place in my country. I sought to study at university, and I had to face the world. What can I achieve by showing myself in an autobiographical documentary film?
Guadalupe Cuba, anthropologist. She has worked as a community advocate in Cusco. In 2011, she participated in the Quisca Producciones Workshop on Media that Moves. Since 2014, she has been a member of Films Bastardía. In 2022, she worked as the Art Director of Kinra, a feature film in native languages.
Since 2014 at Films Bastardia, he has produced Q’ellucha and When We Are No Longer Here. He has co-produced Fever by Elisa Eliash and directed Kinra, a feature film in native languages in the distribution stage.