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The film Cholitas tells the story of 5 Bolivian Aymara Indigenous women who set out to climb Aconcagua, the highest mountain in the Americas. Through their challenge, they inspire viewers, showing what it means to be Indigenous and a woman while connecting with mother nature. The film has received critical acclaim, winning the Diable D’Or prize in the “Mountain” category, awarded by the Swiss Alpine Club in the International Film Festival Alpin des Diablerets (FIFAD).

Supporters who sign up will be given the opportunity to watch Cholitas between 12 and 14 of May. Afterwards, they will be invited to an exclusive discussion featuring the film's director Jamie Murciego.

Director's discussion will take place on Tuesday, May 16, at 2pm (EST)/ 7pm (UK) via Zoom.

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