The city of Lima is portrayed, through an immersion into different alternative music scenes, as a sound space, comprised by little memories that progressively and timelessly appear.
Around this portrait, the film is built as a collage of moments, sensations, characters’ portraits, sound landscapes, concerts, conversations and poetry. Genres such as rock, punk, psychedelic rock, improvisation, noise and experimental electronic music are the ones that musicalize the situations that arise when this place becomes inhabited.
A DOCUMENTARY DIRECTED BY Dana Bonilla and Ximena Valdivia
PRODUCER: Lorena Tulini EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Lorena Tulini, Mónica Brown, Roberto Bonilla SOUND DESIGN: Johann Merel CINEMATOGRAPHER: Dana Bonilla PRODUCTION DESIGN: Ximena Valdivia Salas
EDITING: Fabiola Sialer Cuevas ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Nicolás Carrasco LINE PRODUCER: Illari OrccottomA COLOR CORRECTION: Jorge Sabana GRAPHIC DESIGN: Felipe Esparza TRAILER EDITION: Gino Moreno
Director specialized in screenwriting, cinematography, and editing. She has more than ten years of experience in the direction of fiction and documentary short films, in which she explores new ways to tell stories, avoiding a literal language. In 2013, she formed KINO-A, experimental video proposal that portrays the alternative music scene, a project that led her to direct her first documentary feature film “Lima Grita”. She is currently developing the screenplay of her first animated feature, “Manko Inka".
Director and production designer focus on independent projects. Most of her artistic experience comes from music, having been a member of bands such as "Pop en Llamas", "Sociedades Primitivas" and "Ratas Rosadas". She was one of the founding members of "Kino-A", a documentary film project of the experimental music scene of Lima. "Lima Grita" is her first feature documentary as a director.
Audiovisual producer with more than ten years of work experience in advertising, music videos, fiction and documentary short films, among others. She has studied at programs of cultural management in Lima, artistic photography in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and film distribution in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba.
In 2017, she formed a production company called PAI, which develops audiovisual projects related to artistic, cultural and environmental themes with an independent nature. “Lima Grita” is her first documentary feature film.
She is currently producing her photography project “Cuerpos y Naturaleza” [“Bodies and Nature”] and working at the development stage of her first fiction feature film “Vanda”.
Pauchi Sasaki Manongo Mujica Dante Gonzales Ale Hop Pentapolar Birds Paruro Liquidarlo Celuloide Fil Uno Santiago Pillado-Matheu Jardín Veronik Rawa
Artist and photographer based in Gothenburg, Sweden. With Pentapolar Birds, Trinidad develops a high intensity audiovisual scenic display, which feeds on performance and includes the use of prepared piano.
Danny Caballero is an experimental musician from Lima, taking the name of a street from Lima, famous for bringing together a large number of electronic technicians and street vendors of second-hand artifacts, aesthetics that is present in his performances, where he utilizes electronic scrap.