Photo: Pequeñas Voces” by director Fernando Carrillo
The Film “Pequeñas Voces” by director Fernando Carrillo tells the stories, fears, and dreams of displaced children aged 8-13 years old and it is also Colombia’s first feature-length animated 3D film.
Carillo was born in Cúcuta and raised in Bogotá, where he first encountered the harsh realities of displaced children in Colombia.
In 2000, Carillo met around 120 children who had been victims of violence in Colombia through Bogota’s Red Cross; he decided to tell their story on film.
First a critically acclaimed 19 minute short, “Pequeñas Voces” underwent seven years of retouching and is now making history in Colombia.