The story begins with a wide shot of Colombian houses on top of each other, on top of a hill. The shot continues down the hill. The houses that surround us are composed of delirious architecture. A neighbourhood filled with history of social and political upheavals. It is a short journey. It is a poetic journey, a tribute to the creative strength of youth and self-representation.
Jorge Lozano, a Columbian, has had his work exhibited internationally at such festivals as Toronto Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Argos Arts (Belgium), Rio Film Festival, Museum of Modern Art in Bogota. He is co-director and programmer of aluCine Latin@ Toronto Media Arts Festival.
Guillermina Buzio completed a degree in Fine Arts in Buenos Aires at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyredon and a Bachelor of Media Arts degree at the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. She is a video instructor in Toronto and Cali, Colombia for the Latin@ Youth in Conflict, and currently works at aluCine Toronto Latin@ Media Festival as a programmer, Festival Coordinator and Curator.