Voices of Guerrero – 13 July 2006

Location: AFC Theatre – 150 William St, Woolloomooloo
Documentary Screening and discussion with filmmaker Adrian Arce
AFC Theatre – 150 William St, Woolloomooloo
Thursday 13 July 2006 – 6.30pm for 7pm start
Entry: Suggested donation $5

‘Voices of Guerrero’ is a documentary film that shows the results and experiences from a photography and video workshop run for street-kids in a poor neighbourhood of the biggest city in the world. Apart from being the main characters, these guys, to a great extent, produced the film. It’s a social, artistic project aimed at fostering marginalised people’s development through art and opening new communication channels between community and the street-kids. By using innovative approaches to media, the documentary allows the audience to see the life of these street-kids through their own eyes, transforming them from passive media consumers into active producers.


Adrian Arce
This 29 years-old filmmaker was born in Lima, Peru. He has studied Film production and Social Communication in Mexico and Australia. In Mexico, he co-founded and co-directed ‘Homo videns.org’, an organisation created to produce documentary films with a social and cultural background within an inter-disciplinary context. His films have been supported by the National Council for Culture and the Arts, the National Fund for Culture and the Arts, the BBVA-Bancomer Bank’s Fund for the Arts and the National Council for Development of Indigenous People. These documentaries have been also broadcasted and screened in several film festivals and TV channels in Mexico, the US, Finland, France, Estonie, Venezuela, Argentina, India, Spain, Norway, among others.