Dungun, the native tongue

Dungun, the native tongue


Original title: Dungún, la lengua
Production: Hemisferio derecho
Country: Chile
Director: Pamela Pequeño
Script: Pamela Pequeño
Photography: Diego Pequeño
Music: José Miguel Tobar; Miguel Miranda
Year: 2012
Duration: 53
Genre: Social documentary
Color: Color
Original language: Spanish
Languages available: Spanish

Synopsis:

 In a school in a town in Santiago, Chile, Mapuche teacher Elba Huinca works to rescue the language of her people by transferring it to her students. In this mission, not only seeks to reevaluate the hidden identity in many of them but also educate in respect for differences and convey that each origin provides a special look at the world. Elba is a contemporary testimony of the resistance of the Mapuche people to disappear.


Awards:

 Film Festival LASA 2004, New York, USA, LASA Award of Merit in Film

Ficiant, Audience Award, year 2012

Femcine, French Embassy Prize, year 2013

Documentary Festival Chiloé FEDOCHI, Jury Prize, year 2013

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