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Africa Human Rights Film Festival 2023

Date:  October 20

Place: Cape Town, South Africa   


Seattle Latino Film Festival 2023

Date:  6 -14 October

Place: Seattle, USA


FDCLA, Festival de Cine Latino Americano of North Texas 2023

Date:  September 24

Place: Rose Marine Theater, Fort Worth, TX.


Vancouver Latin American Film Festival 

Date:  September 9, 6:00pm 

Place: @TheCinematheque, Vancouver, Canada.


FICDEH - 10* Festival Internacional de Cine por los Derechos Humanos
Date: August 11
Place:  Buenaventura, Colombia


MUICA: Muestra Itinerante de Cine Africano

Date:  June 28, 9:30pm  

Place:  Albareda, 22-24 Poble Sec, Barcelona

Q&A with Cristina Carrasco in person, editor of CATAPUM.


CaribbeanLens Film Festival

Date:  8th June, 5:30PM

Place: The Barnsdall Gallery Theatre

Hollywood, CA 90027


Afro Latino Film Festival

Date: 17th June, 7:00 PM

Place: 1 Plank Road, Waterbury, CT 06705


Colombian Film Festival in New York

Date: 5th  May, 6:30PM

Place: Quad Cinema 34 West 13th Street

Date:  7th May, 1:15 PM

Place: Quad Cinema 34 West 13th Street

After the screening, we'll be joined by Carolina Oliverosfor a Q&A session and a live musical performance. 

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Palu Abadia, Carolina Oliveros, Maria Teresa Gamez Colombian Film Festival in New York
Premier Catapum in New York, Palu Abadia & Carolina Oliveros Q&A
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Great success!  The 29th of October we had the immense honor of having our first screenings in the very territory where the main characters come from: Montes de Maria. It was an emotional and unforgettable experience. The screening was held outdoors, with all the people from the town in attendance. 
We were deeply moved by the connection we made with the community, and we danced and celebrated with them. Having the characters of the movie present made the event even more special. They shared their own experiences and sang for the audience, creating a truly immersive and authentic experience. It was a testament to the power of storytelling and the ability of music to bring people together. To top it off, we were honored to receive an award for best documentary! 

We are grateful for the support we received from the community and everyone who has been a part of this journey. We hope that "CATAPUM - Nowhere to Fall" continues to inspire and touch hearts wherever it is screened. Stay tuned for future screenings and updates!


We had the pleasure of visiting Indiana University  for a special screening of "CATAPUM - Nowhere to Fall". The event featured selected scenes from the documentary, followed by a lively conversation and a participatory concert with Carolina Oliveros and Camilo Martinez. Attendees had the opportunity to learn about the Bullerengue rhythm and even got up to dance! It was a wonderful opportunity to share our film and connect with a new audience, and we're grateful to everyone who came out to support us.
Shout out to "La comunidad del sancocho" that produced this event.
Our goal is to continue sharing "CATAPUM - Nowhere to Fall" with audiences around the world and to create more opportunities offering a unique experience that goes beyond a simple film screening, with conversatory workshops and participatory concerts that bring the Bullerengue rhythm to life. Stay tuned for future events and join us on this journey of healing and celebration through music.
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