The Proyecto Quipu is an interactive documentary about women and men who were sterilized in Peru in the mid-1990s, many of them without having given their consent. Twenty years later, they continue to seek justice.
Using a specially developed phone line and web interface, we are working with some of those affected, giving them a tool to tell their story in their own words, before an international audience. The story emerges as the file of testimonies and answers grows.
To access the documentary click on “empieza a escuchar”. Then follow the instructions delivered on the web.
Maria Ignacia Court (Chile) is documentary maker, producer and academic. She has been living in London for the last four years, where she studied for a Masters degree in Documentary Film and Social Media Creation at Goldsmiths University, and co-founded Chaka Studio, an interdisciplinary group to develop Quipu Project. She currently lives in Chile and…
Rosemarie Lerner is a eruvian filmmaker who currently lives in London, where she co-founded Chaka Studio, an interdisciplinary group that is developing the Quipu Project. Her work as a filmmaker is about the Peruvian experience. Her concern is to promote participatory models that use new media to tell stories which have social and political impact. Rosemarie…