The Ministry of Culture has informed Andina that the film “Los Ojos del Camino” by director Rodrigo Otero will be shown in 16 tambos (community centers) throughout distant regions of the country.
The Directorate of Cultural Diversity and Elimination of Racial Discrimination, through the Videoteca of Cultures project, in coordination with Rodrigo Otero and the National Tambos Program of the Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion (Midis), have come together to help the tambos so they can be part of the world premiere.
*Note: Tambos are community centers that have been built by the Ministry to aid populations in poverty and extreme poverty throughout the nation.
This film is not like any normal film, it is more poetic and concentrates on Peru’s beautiful landscapes and mother language Quechua. “Los Ojos del Camino” will also be shown in cultural institutes in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Colombia, Canada, Ecuador, Spain, the United States, France, Guatemala, England, Mexico, and Peru.
If you would like to see the film it will premiere on September 21st at 6 pm and will be shown in the Ministry of Culture’s official building located on Avenida Javier Prado Este 2465 in San Borja and other locations throughout Peru.
You can see the full list of locations here and admission is free.
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