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Zona Intertidal
El Taller de los Vagos Collective
Producer: El Taller de los Vagos Collective
14 minutes
El Salvador
No Dialogue
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Zona Intertidal

Beach, The
A fictional essay on the detainment, torture and assassination of Salvadoran teachers in 1979, shortly before the Salvadoran Civil War broke out.

Produced independently in El Salvador, this film was presented in the United States as part of a video series curated by El Salvador Media Project, a New York-based media organization.
Available for free viewing online courtesy of the the Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen:

A production of EL TALLER DE LOS VAGOS
Concept & cinematography: Guillermo Escalon
Assistant: Marie-Noelle Fontan
Assistant: Lyn Sorto
Translator and Editor: Manuel Sorto
Script: Collective
Directed by Collective

Jorge Cañenguez: The Student
Aparicio: Boy at the beach

by Abraham Viñas, Carlos Tovar, Eduardo Zamarripa, Job Hernandez

Thanks to:
Sonia Frits
Carlos Resendi
Oscar Palacios
Oscar Soles
Armando Herrera
F. Urrusti
Gonzale Infante
Miguel Bracho
Hilario Delgado
Paul Leduc

El Salvador, Central America, 1980
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• Cannes Film Festival, Honorable Mention

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