Documentary about artist Raquel van Haver, who for the creation of new work travels to her native country Colombia. Here, she finds inspiration with women fighting for social equality.
During a trip to her native country Colombia, artistRaquel van Haver gets acquainted with several strong women fighting for social equality in their communities. The documentary follows her back to the Netherlands, where she depicts these women as modern Maria figures for her exhibition 'Amo a la Reina' at the Bonnefanten Museum. During this intense creative process, Van Haver incorporates the impressions of her journey and reflects on her personal history as an adopted Colombian woman in the Netherlands.

Credits

Executive producer
Sound editing
Postproduction company
Production company
Tangerine Tree
TV company
NTR
Postproduction company
Post Ready

Title: Raquel van Haver – De vrouwen van mijn land
Year: 2020
Duration : 51 minutes
Category: Short Documentary
Edition: NFF 2021

Gouden Kalf nominees

Beste Korte Documentaire (2021)
Bibi Fadlalla

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