Muma Film Festival

San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina

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26 Sep 2022

Published: 08 Jun 2022
 Has submission fees
Short films
Feature films

The Muma Patagonia International Audiovisual Festival will take place on October 28, 29 and 30 and will be held in person in Bariloche and virtually for the rest of the world. Only films directed by women and dissidents are admitted.

It will have the following sections:

International Feature Film Competition (4 feature films)
International Short Film Competition (2 programs of 5 shorts)
PATAGONIC Panorama (5 short films)


Rio Negro, Bariloche
- Sarmiento Library
- Carilafquen Library


In online mode

- Conversation between networks of audiovisual women from different regions of Argentina:
> Divac, Audiovisual Diversity Córdoba @diversesaudiovisualescordoba
> Xineticas, Chaco / Corrientes @xineticas
> Mutar, Missions @mutaraudiovisual

- The woman of the 60s: A new look at the filmography of Coca Sarli

- Audiovisual narrative workshop for the elderly. This workshop will be given one month in advance so that the participants can put into practice the knowledge acquired and produce content that we will present during the festival.

- Creative writing workshop.


- Strengthen ties between distribution companies, producers and filmmakers in Patagonia.

- Know and recognize the narratives of women and dissidence from around the world and put them in dialogue with the public.

- Provide tools for professional training that contribute to the employment of women and dissidents in the Patagonian region.

- Generate a space for exchange with networks of audiovisual women from other parts of Latin America and the world.

International Festival

Short film festival

Feature film festival

 Fiction  Documentary  Animation  Fantastic  Terror  Other  Experimental  Music Video

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