In the north of Colombia, a group of queer activists use extravagant performative actions to denounce the disastrous exploitation by the country’s largest coal mine.
After studying photography in Buenos Aires, Jorge Cadena obtained a BA in cinema at HEAD – Geneva, graduating with El Cuento de Antonia, which won the IFFR Tiger Award. He then completed his MA at ECAL/HEAD with The Jarariju Sisters, which was awarded at Berlinale. An alumnus of EFP Future Frame, TIFF Lab, and Berlinale Talents, he is currently working on his first feature film.
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