(Department of COCHABAMBA, province of QUILLACOLLO, Bolivia)

has a warm and rainy climate. Therefore, the region is rich with a variety of agricultural products and it is known for being the country’s barn. Its capital is the city of Cochabamba and has more then one million inhabitants. For centuries it has been the center of quechuan craftwork. During the traditional Sunday markets, this lively and colorful city is crammed with people and art. Calcapirhua has also some stunning lakes. Behind the Cotacachi lake, near the village of Quillacollo (the biggest village in the area), one can find archaeological relics of pre-Columbian times. These former granaries are where the Incas used to keep the products of their harvest for the whole region during their Empire.

Results of the Video Workshop in Colcapirhua from the 5.1.11 to the 12.1.11:

All shortfilms of the workshops were made by CineCita seminar participants themselves. They developed the ideas, handled camera and sound equipment and did the interviews on their own.

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