Little Voices

Venice Film
Festival 2010

Little Voices

A Film by Jairo Eduardo Carrillo & Oscar Andrade

2010 - Colombia - Animation/Documentary - DCP - 75 min.

with Juanito , Jhoncito , Lulu & Pepito (Voices)

Language: Spanish
Produced by Jairo Eduardo Carrillo , Oscar Andrade , Harold Trompetero , Carolina Angarita & Julián Giraldo

“Little voices” is an animated documentary film based on interviews and drawings of a new generation of displaced children (8 to 13 years old) who have grown up in the middle of violence and chaos in Colombia. Furthermore, the interviews show how they perceive their reality, and the stories have been illustrated and animated based on the original drawings of the children.

Venice Film
Festival 2010

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