The word Cantadora comes from traditional Colombian music influenced by African roots and refers to the women that compose and sing their songs while going through their daily chores. Cantadoras provides a portrait of rural life in Colombia in its Caribbean and Pacific regions told through the words and songs of the resilient Afro-Colombian singers that farm there. These resilient women speak of memories of violence at the hands of paramilitaries, and the power of song to build strength and give voice to dignity and creativity.
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Length: 72 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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