In the Serranía de la Macarena, in the north of the Colombian Amazon, lies “Río Rojo”, a mythical river that runs through the middle of the forest, also called “the river of the seven colors”. Young Oscar, grandmother Doña María and the Indian Sabino live peacefully in the region, in communion with nature. But this area, once preserved by the conflict with FARC, is now victim of its beauty and threatened by the arrival of new visitors…
Guillermo Quintero is a documentary filmmaker, Latin American film programmer and former video reporter. For more than 3 years he covered news in France and Europe. For 10 years, he has been a member of the association Le Chien qui Aboie which promotes Colombian and Latin American cinema in France. He began his career as a documentary filmmaker and producer in 2014 with the production of his first documentary, Homo botanicus. Río Rojo is his second documentary film.
Sound mixing in progress
Roméo (Guillermo Quintero), Stank (Pierre-Emmanuel Urcun)
CNC (aide à l’écriture, au développement et au développement renforcé) / Région Bretagne (aide au développement et à la production) / SCAM (bourse Brouillon d’un rêve) / SACEM (aide à la composition de musique originale)