On the 20.10. we will watch two short documentaries that both take place in Colombia. Coming Down the Mountain by Paloma Duplat, and Tierrita by Leonie Pock, both (visual) anthropologists.After the Film we have the chance to talk with them and ask questions - Leonie will be @kinoinderreitschule and Paloma will be live on Zoom from Colombia.
Coming Down the Mountain[Paloma Duplat
(Colombia | 2018 | 30 min)
Francy has been a FARC guerrilla combatant since she was a little girl. She has a lot of plans for the future but struggles to leave those she considers her family. After giving up her gun, in a peace agreement between the FARC and the Government, she begins a transition to her new life as a Colombian citizen.
(Leonie Pock | Switzerland | 2019 | 27 min)
Leonie Pock follows a rural community in Guayabo,Colombia, while they are preparing themselves for a trial regarding the ownership of their territory. In the past, large landowners allied with paramilitary groups to seize land for large-scale monoculture, cattle ranching, and territorial control - a violent legacy that continues to reverberate until today.