Marta Hincapié Uribe


The memories of an atypical family, in a typical and conventional place in Medellín-Colombia, make a portrait of the last 50 years of violence in the country. Those memories, narrated in the first person by the documentary filmmaker, range from the emergence of the M-19 guerrilla in 1970, to the votes of the plebiscite for peace, the result of negotiations between the Colombian government and the FARC guerrillas in the 2016. The atypical family is made up of a conservative father who was the mayor of Medellín and an academic, intellectual and researcher mother of violence threatened with death and exiled as a result of his ideas and research. The typical place is a social and sports club of the elite of Medellín about to turn 100 years old, and from where the political destinies of the entire country are still decided.




29º Festival Biarritz Amérique Latine,

42. Festival Internacional Del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano De La Habana

Festival Internacional Viña Del Mar Ficviña 2020

Festival Internacional De Cine Documental, Fidba

10º Festival MÁrgenes

X Muestra De Cine De Lanzarote

Festival De Cine Cámara Lúcida

Muestra Internacional Documental De Bogotá Midbo 22

Lima Alterna International Film Festival

Festival Internacional De Cine De Cuenca (ficc)

Festival Cine Nicaragüense – Fnca 2020

III Festival De Cine Al Este – Colombia

3º Festival Internacional De Cine Colombiano De Buenos Aires – Ficcba 2020


Social Communicator and director of documentaries at the Center for Cinematographic Studies of Catalonia CCEC (Barcelona-Spain). Marta lived in Barcelona from 1999 to 2009. She was a regular collaborator in the documentary spaces of La 2 de Televisión Española, a documentary professor at the University of (Vic-Cataluña) and the ESCAC film school (Terrassa-Cataluña).

Marta is currently a documentary professor at the Faculty of Audiovisual Communication of the University of Antioquia (Colombia) and of cinematographic appreciation at the Yurupary School of Medellín (Colombia).