JUNE 24, 2021. Available from 6:00 p.m. -  8:00 p.m.

Followed by a live-streamed Q&A with director Marta Hincapié @ 8:00pm


ORIGINAL TITLE: Las Razones del lobo
DIRECTOR: Marta Hincapié Uribe

Date completed: 2019

Country: Colombia

Film Category: Documentary

Length of Film: 70 min

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El Club Campestre, a private club in the wealthy district of Medellín, El Poblado, has been a haven for the elite and high-ranking officials for over 45 years. Its golf course, its lake, its infrastructures make up a world where everything is calm, luxury and pleasure. This is where the filmmaker grew up, daughter of the mayor of Medellín, Guillermo Hincapié Orozco, and sociologist María Teresa Uribe. By returning to the scene today and recounting her childhood in voice-over, she introduces what then remained out of the picture for her: the violence of a world of fire and blood. This voice-over also makes it possible to give depth to the shots, to bring together the past and the present. This dialogue which takes place between image and sound applies as much to the mother-daughter relationship as to the history of violence that the film traces with style and conciseness.


Marta Hincapié Uribe is a social communicator and director of documentaries at the Center for Cinematographic Studies of Catalonia CCEC (Barcelona-Spain). Marta lived in Barcelona from 1999 to 2009. She was a regular collaborator in the documentary spaces of La 2 de Televisión Española, a documentary professor at the University of (Vic-Cataluña) and the ESCAC film school (Terrassa-Cataluña).

Marta is currently a documentary professor at the Faculty of Audiovisual Communication of the University of Antioquia (Colombia) and of cinematographic appreciation at the Yurupary School of Medellín (Colombia).