Director: Grecia Barbieri + Gonzalo Benavente Secco
Producer: Carolina Denegri
The recently found archives of Nubia B. (unknown Peruvian poet and photographer of the 80's and 90's) lead us to discover a "lost generation" that saw in art a way to stand against terrorism. This is a story of art, violence and resistance.
Peruvian filmmaker and art director. She co-wrote La revolución y la tierra (2019), the most viewed documentary in the history of Peruvian cinema. The art of war is her directorial debut feature film.
GONZALO BENAVENTE SECCO
Winner of the APRECI award for Best Documentary for La revolución y la tierra. Winner of the Best New Director award at the 5th Annual Latino and Native American Film Festival for Rocanrol '68 (2013).
Total budget: US$ 250,000
Funds secured: US$ 165,000
Objectives to be achieved
Partner with a co-production company to help us record in cities like Barcelona, ??Madrid and Berlin.
Co-production´s interesting countries
Spain or Germany, because Peruvian artists who escaped terrorism migrated to those countries and continued their artistic careers as expatriates.
Executive producer´s biofilmography
Audiovisual Communicator graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. She has premiered her films in important international festivals, such as in San Sebastian, Berlin, and Rome, among others. She runs Animalita, her production company.