Dulce by Jungles in Paris


In coastal Colombia, a mother teaches her daughter how to swim so that she may go to the mangroves and harvest the piangua shellfish with the other women in the village.

Produced by Jungles in Paris and Conservation International. ‘Dulce’ first appeared online on nytimes.com. Special thanks to Kathleen Lingo, Lindsay Crouse, and Andrew Blackwell of New York Times Op-Docs.


Sundance 2019
Toronto International Film Festival 2018
IDFA 2018
Palms Springs ShortFest 2018 – WINNER, Best Documentary
DOC NYC 2018
Camden International Film Festival 2018
Hamptons International Film Festival 2018
AFI Fest 2018

Directed by Guille Isa & Angello Faccini
Produced by Darrell Hartman, Oliver Hartman & Annie Bush
Executive Producers: Lee Pace, Anastasia Khoo & Margarita Mora
Cinematography: Angello Faccini
Editing: Roberto Benavides
Sound Mix & Design: Calvin Pia / One Thousand Birds
Sound Recording: Yesid Ricardo Vasquez Rubiano, ADSC
Color: Sofie Borup / Company3

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