Winner: BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT
Crew: Producers: Alfonso O Donnell Gonzalez de Castejon
A girl born in the West but with Peruvian roots, teaches us through the memory and teachings of her Peruvian grandfather the importance of the oral tradition, culture, stories and roots of her people. Through the voice of the girl we enter into the thoughts of the grandfather to maintain their culture and origin.
Alfonso O Donnell Gonzalez de Castejon is a director, editor and sound designer. Nominated in the 30th edition of the Goya Awards for his documentary “Red Tuna Winds.” And awarded in several festivals. Bachelor in Audiovisual Communication. 12 years as responsible for postproduction and sound design in Canal + and CUATRO. He has made other documentaries such as “La otra América”, winner of the 2005 Dok Amateur Award, and Namaste Sir. He currently combines advertising work with personal projects.