ANCLA2 Cooperativa de fotografía
2007. Venezuela. vo Spanish. 19’
The Ancla2 Photography Cooperative, with the Venezuelan filmmaker and documentarian Rafael Lacau, carry out photography workshops in rural areas of South America, especially with children who have never had contact with a camera.
The experience documented here is that of the youngest inhabitants of Tuñame, a town in the Venezuelan Andes. In this production, the children express how they see their community, how they understand problems - especially environmental problems - and what they feel about their reality and the solutions to face it. This documentary is part of the series "Venezuela seen by its children", presented on public television in that country.