Santiago de Chile, Oct 15 (Prensa Latina) A total of 79 films will compete in the 14th edition of the Arica Nativa Rural Film Festival, in the province of the same name in northern Chile, according to the organizers of the event.
The selected films will be shown between November 6 and 11 and will compete in the Long Rural, Short Rural, Long Jallalla, Short Jallalla, Long Mallku, Short Mallku, Filmin 'Arica and Arica Nativa Wawa categories.
The Arica Nativa Rural Film Festival is an event of beautiful films with sense, to make new generations feel attracted to the conservation of the natural and cultural treasures of the planet.
This year, the Chilean Film Commission will deliver for the fifth time the Kinema award that recognizes works that capture and transmit this country's different locations, its attractions and urban, landscape, cultural and social values of cities and places where they have been shot.
In its 14th edition, this Festival is already consolidated as a reference space for the South American Andean region, in the fascinating cultural landscape of Arica and Parinacota.