FILM SCREENING: YOLIK (DESPACIO)
2020, 30 min. Directed by Epifanía Martínez Rosete
The experiences Linda, well into old age, shares with those around her, keep her childhood memories alive: what her parents taught her and the places where she grew up. Linda shows she can age with dignity without letting go of her identity. Going slowly does not mean stopping.
Film in Náhuatl & Spanish with English subtitles
This program is presented in collaboration with Cinema Tropical the CUNY Mexican Studies Institute and NYU Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
México. 30 min.
Dirección / Director: Epifanía Martínez Rosete
Compañía Productora /
Production Company Documental Ambulante A.C.
Guión / Screenplay: Epifanía Martínez Rosete
Productora / Producer Zahira Aldana Ramírez
Fotografía /Cinematography: Aldo Alejandro Ter-Veen Calderón
Editor / Editor: María Fernanda Islas Montero
Sonido / Sound: María Fernanda Islas Montero
Diseño Sonoro / Sound Design: Al Fondo Del Callejón
Posproducción De Imagen /Image Post-Production: Bambú Audiovisual
Idioma Original / Language Náhuatl & Español / Nahuatl and Spanish
Locación/Location: San Gabriel, Chilac, Puebla (México).
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Epifanía Martínez Rosete was born in 1992 in the Nahua community of San Gabriel Chilac, Puebla. She is a graduate of the Bachelor in Communication Sciences from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She has collaborated as a translator and narrator of stories in Nahuatl for various animated series for the Encyclopedia of Mexican Letters. In 2018, she was part of the sixth generation of Ambulante Más Allá, a documentary production workshop in the Training and Production area of Ambulante A.C., where she directed the short Yolik (Slowly). Epifanía currently collaborates with Cine Inminente, a collective for the promotion and exhibition of cinema in Tehuacan, Puebla.