Veranada offers a glimpse into the lives of the Malargüe herders. The film follows Don Arturo, a gaucho traveling the Andes on horseback, seeking greener pastures for his animals. This story is about Don Arturo’s tenacious yet hopeful will to survive amidst a world affected by climate change, severe drought.
[Dominique Chaumont, Director]
The film takes place in a community in the Andes mountains. Don Arturo’s way of life as a herder seems still, but droughts "disrupt the climate", as he wanders in search of better grasslands.
She is a Canadian, Argentinian and French emerging director and producer. Her debut film, Veranada, has garnered prestigious awards at RIDM and Hot Docs, showcasing her creative prowess and international potential.