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Óscar Catacora: national figures mourn the death of the young film director


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Lima, November 27, 2021Updated 11/27/2021 12:24 pm

The film director, screenwriter and cinematographer, Óscar Catacora, internationally recognized for his debut feature “Wiñaypacha” recorded entirely in the Aymara language, died on Friday, November 26, mourning Peruvian cinema.

The cinematographic production company Cine Aymara released the news through its official Facebook account: “It is with great regret that we have to announce the death of our director Óscar Catacora, which occurred on November 26 due to a sudden health problem when he was filming his new film in the province of El Collao”.

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The world of entertainment, letters, cinema and national politics also mourned the death of the young man through social networks. The Ministry of Culture was one of the first to express its condolences to the young man’s family.

We regret the sensitive death of Óscar Catacora, prominent film director, screenwriter and director of photography from the department of Puno”Reads on Twitter.

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The journalist, writer of the book ‘I am not your cholo’ and ‘Where do we cholos come from’, Marcos Aviles He described the death of Óscar Catacora as “the worst news” of the day. The former Congresswoman of the Republic also expressed themselves in their social networks, Tania Pariona Tarqui; the writer and chronicler Paco Bardales and the theatrical playwright, author of soap operas and series, Eduardo Adrianzén.


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