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A WAY TO END BULLYING

Juan and Carlos attend the same school in south Bogotá. One bullies, the other is bullied — until they take part in a theatre workshop. As actors, they learn to see bullying from various perspectives and to break free of their respective roles as bully and victim. How do the two boy see themselves now — and how do they see others?

COME, I’LL SHOW YOU

A WAY TO END BULLYING

Juan and Carlos attend the same school in south Bogotá. One bullies, the other is bullied — until they take part in a theatre workshop. As actors, they learn to see bullying from various perspectives and to break free of their respective roles as bully and victim. How do the two boy see themselves now — and how do they see others?

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FILMMAKERS

Director  Eliana Sánchez
Director of Photography José Silva, Daniel Roberto
Editor Iván Javier Álvarez Garcia, Fabioki Ojeda
Sound José Silva
Music Alejandro Ramírez Rojas
Production Manager Guido Molina
Recording Manager Estefania Prada
Assistant Production Manager David Ramírez
Continuity Geraldine Ávila
Colourist Iván Javier Álvarez García

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FILMMAKERS

Director 

Eliana Sánchez

Director of Photography

José Silva, Daniel Roberto

Editor

Iván Javier Álvarez Garcia, Fabioki Ojeda

Sound

José Silva

Music

Alejandro Ramírez Rojas

Production Manager

Guido Molina

Recording Manager

Estefania Prada

Assistant Production Manager

David Ramírez

Continuity

Geraldine Ávila

Colourist

Iván Javier Álvarez García

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FILM INFORMATION

Type Documentary
Length 9:07 min.
Language Spanish with German subtitles
Country of origin Colombia
Year 2013

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FILM INFORMATION

Type

Documentary

Length

9:07 min.

Language

Spanish with German subtitles

Country of origin

Colombia

Year

2013

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COLOMBIA

With a population of nearly 50 million, Colombia (officially the Republic of Colombia) lies in the north of South America, with coasts on the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. It borders Panama, Venezuela, Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador. The capital city is Bogotá, and the official language is Spanish.
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In Columbia, an armed conflict lasting 50 years was finally settled in 2016. Distribution of income continues to vary drastically by region, and poverty is especially prevalent in rural regions.
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Colombia is among the most dangerous countries for media professionals. Death threats, physical assaults, and kidnappings occur frequently. Police offer little protection, and courts rarely prosecute such crimes. On the 2020 World Press Freedom Index published by Reporters without Borders, Colombia ranked 130th out of 180 countries

COME, I’LL SHOW YOU THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

COLOMBIA

With a population of nearly 50 million, Colombia (officially the Republic of Colombia) lies in the north of South America, with coasts on the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. It borders Panama, Venezuela, Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador. The capital city is Bogotá, and the official language is Spanish.
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In Columbia, an armed conflict lasting 50 years was finally settled in 2016. Distribution of income continues to vary drastically by region, and poverty is especially prevalent in rural regions.
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Colombia is among the most dangerous countries for media professionals. Death threats, physical assaults, and kidnappings occur frequently. Police offer little protection, and courts rarely prosecute such crimes. On the 2020 World Press Freedom Index published by Reporters without Borders, Colombia ranked 130th out of 180 countries