At the end of the 1970s, the militants of the Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria (MIR), exiled in Europe, returned to Chile to fight clandestinely against the dictatorship. Many of these militants had children they could not take with them. For those children, the Hogares Project was born, a community living space that brought together about 60 children who were cared for by 20 adults, called Social Parents, who assumed that responsibility during the years that came.
DOK Leipzig, Honorable Mention, year 2010
International Festival of Havana, Coral Best Documentary, year 2010
DOCS Barcelona, TEENS & DOCS Award, year 2011
International Film Festival of Cartagena de Indias, Special Jury Prize, year 2011
NY Latino Film Festival, Best Documentary, year 2011
FIDOCS, Grand Prize Embassy of France, year 2010