The Berlinale, as it is popularly known, is one of the five most important festivals in the world, Category A, accredited by the Fiapf (FIAPF).

The capital of Germany receives Latin American cinema at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival, which for this edition pays special attention to the screening of  films of the original peoples of South America in section NATIVE: A journey through the Indian cinema, where it will have its world premiere “Dauna” the Venezuelan film of Mario Crespo.

In recent years, since 2011, the share of national cinema has been a constant. Marite Ugas was present that year with his film “The boy lying” in the Generation section. Gustavo Rondon participated with his short film Nostalgia, in 2012, in the category Berlinale Short. For this year just beginning, the opportunity has been for the Director of Photography of the film “Lo que lleva el rio”, Gerard Uzcategui, who was selected from a group of 2500 applicants from 117 countries to participate in the Berlinale Talents, to be conducted within the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. In addition, Uzcategui will participate in the “Camera Studio”, which is a specific workshop of Cinematography for a small group of people.

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