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Among our goals for the documentary was to glimpse into the legacy of the knowledgeable ones and discover who will now carry the music of the Pacific to cultural stages. There was no one better to talk about this and introduce us to the young musicians and singers than Nany.
In our 4-day visit to Guapi, we did so much that the passage of time has blurred some specifics. Instead, what remain are fleeting flashes of vivid memories that spark a smile on my face, instances that make me cherish the life I live and the profession I’ve chosen, this quest for stories that have led me to realities often hidden from casual tourists.
Choosing a topic to talk about in this blog was difficult, it took hours to decide, I wanted to put everything on paper, until I remembered the objective of these lines, to tell you what is not seen, what seems insignificant to the eyes of others and For me it is what I will not forget about a visit. I erased everything I had written, closed my eyes, and decided to write about the first memory that came to me when I thought of that day, that memory smelled like oranges.
Guapi is a place that sounds, not only because of the native and traditional musicians that inhabit the town and are so representative of Pacific culture, but also because all the stores have music like discos and the places that sell drinks seem to be active 24 /7. It was something that to really understand I had to know firsthand.
Written by: May Mc’CauslandNarrated by: May Mc’Causland and Gustavo Angarita Jr.Recorded and Postproduced by: Simón Jaramillo of Vinilo Estudio.Hello humans! As promised, I have compiled some photos, videos, interactive routes and links from the visit to Guapi, Cauca....
Hello humans! At the end of the Expedition I have compiled some photographs, videos and links of our fourth and last day in the Colombian Pacific. How we got to the Humanitarian Space and met our talented hosts who taught us about friends and foes at sea.
Fun Fact: The Pacific’s Top Export Product
Hello humans! Already living the Expedition I have compiled some photographs, videos and links from our third day. How we got to Playa Piangüita and met our talented hosts who taught us about life in the sea and in its mangrove ecosystem.
Hello humans that are already living the expedition. I have compiled some photographs, videos and links from our second day. How we got to Juanchaco and met our hosts through Atanasia Gamboa of the Ebony Women’s Association and that first approach with the Wounnan indigenous people.
Hello humans! The Buenaventura Expedition begins and I have compiled some photographs, videos and links from our first day. How we got to San Marcos to delight our palate with Maria del Pilar Caicedo and how we met Cocinando desde las raíces (Cooking from the roots) movement.
Hello humans! We want to make you fall in love with the Pacific, I have compiled some photographs and links from the recent Buenaventura Expedition and I will tell you a bit about How a diverse group of filmmakers indulge in Valle del Cauca in the memorable year 2020, I also share several links of the recommended routes on the interactive map
ROUTES MAP OF THE PROYECT APELLATION OF ORIGIN COLOMBIAN PACIFIC
Meet Buenaventura Expedition
Many histories to share
Appellation of Origin Colombian Pacific
Our transmedia project that has been woven year after year