DIRECTION: Felipe Zúñiga
GUION: Laura Nix, Michael Collins, Karl Malakunas
CINEMATOGRAPHY: Nicolás Wong
PRODUCTION:Alejandra Vargas Carballo, Alejo Crisóstomo, Federico Lang
EDITING: Soledad Salfate, Natalia Solórzano
MUSIC: Pablo Rojas
Rosmeri is the only inhabitant of a town that has suffered the constant eruptions of the Turrialba volcano. She has found consolation in taking care of the animals left in the area and every day she opens a cafeteria, waiting forever for customers to show up. Warnings from her son and from the authorities are not enough to make her leave her home. As long as Rosmeri keeps on hearing the voice of the volcano, she will be safe. That relationship is the force that will help her resist.
He studied communications at the University of Costa Rica and was selected for the Acampadoc’s Campamento de Documental Latino (Latino Documentary Camp) in 2014. The CRFIC jury awarded him a special mention in 2013 for his documentary short film Voceros de la Historia (‘Spokespeople of History’). He has participated in the production of six feature films, in one of them as co-writer.