Recording Footprints the Non-Fiction Documentary Video as a Construction Tool for the Historical Memory of a People

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General objective Design a methodological proposal for the production of non-fiction documentary videos, based on audiovisual language, theories of the documentary genre and intercultural communication. Justification Currently, the National Development Plan for a lifetime 2017-2021, in its Objective 1, prioritizes national dialogues on issues of education in values, the promotion of culture, art, national audiovisual production, taking advantage of the media, frequencies, information, communication and its technologies and in its Objective 2 ¨Affirm interculturality and plurinationality, revaluing diverse identities¨, it seeks to promote multilingualism, where said language is related to new information and communication technologies (audiovisual, computer languages, among others). others). It is for this reason that this project seeks to study the documentary from the field of audiovisual communication and contribute to the process of recognition and dialogue of interculturality in Ecuador, specifically in the cantons of Guayaquil and Santa Lucía (Guayas Province). ), La Libertad (Santa Elena Province) and Quinsaloma (Los Ríos Province), where the will do the investigation. The theoretical study is aimed at designing a methodological proposal to produce audiovisual documentaries of a historical - sociocultural nature, and practical with the realization of three documentaries that narrate the stories of various social actors in different places of the Ecuadorian coast, through the participation of the inhabitants of the selected sectors, in order to expand existing knowledge and strengthen the historical memory of the population to contribute to the construction of the cultural identity of the peoples in Ecuador.
Effective start/end date5/12/185/12/21


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