10 min | France, Colombia | 2021


On a lifetime scale, the itinerary of a woman and a man forced to leave their native countryside questions the capitalist and liberal economic development of Latin America and its consequences on human beings, through the environmental and societal changes it generates. 

Directors: Carlos Alberto Gómez Salamanca

The work of Carlos Gómez Salamanca focuses on painting and audiovisual languages. In his recent works he reconstructs images and visual archives in order to create animations that explore, from a critical perspective, different social and cultural aspects of his country. CARNE, his first animated short film was launched in the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in 2013 and awarded the Special Jury Prize in the Havana film Festival. LUPUS, his second audiovisual production. YUGO explores the relationship between work, economy and illness in industrial environments of the suburbs in Bogota.

Producers: Jean-François, Edwina LIARD,  Juan Pablo GOMEZ | Editing: Jean-Marie LE REST | Sound: Pierre CAILLET | Music: Olivier MELLANO | Language: Spanish | subtitle: English, Arabic