When the internet reaches a tiny school in the heart of the Peruvian Andes, it brings the world to their doorstep and offers the world the chance to finally discover what's happening in the remote village of Ingatambo.
BIO: Javier Fesser is a film director, screenwriter and author from Madrid, Spain. His second feature film "Mortadelo and Filemon's Great Adventure", was the fourth highest grossing film in Spanish History, winning 5 Goya awards (Spain's equivalent to the coveted Oscar.)
In 2007, his short film "Binta and the Big Idea" ended up winning awards all over the world, culminating in an Oscar Nomination for best short film in a foreign language.His third feature, "Camino", garnered 6 Goya awards, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay.
Cast/Featuring: Gisela Tern Vazquez, Anni Pa¡goras, Alidel Cavanillas
Executive Producer(s): Luis Manso
Producer(s): Luis Manso
Director(s): Javier Fesser
Screenwriter(s): Javier Fesser, Luis Manso, Guillermo Fesser
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