5,450 children, adolescents and young people have benefited during the development of the project. Where they have produced 82 short films in the genres of fiction and animation.
The importance of appropriation by the beneficiaries of the Cultural Heritage lies in themselves, because it involves them with a historical past that relates to their common present, to their problems, to their responses. Heritage is the source from which society drinks, to exist and recreate the future and become analytical and critical beings rather than memorized and static. It is also important because cultural heritage is part of the Wealth of the Nation, but like many resources, such as natural ones, such as water and native vegetation, cultural heritage is a non-renewable resource in terms of its past , and that is why it manifests itself tangiblely as an untouchable and inalienable resource of a nation.
In this order of ideas, the next workshop is designed as reinforcement and acquisition of knowledge of the audiovisual world seen as a medium and not as an end in itself; the audiovisual product is first of all the confluence of a series of previous processes of analysis and exploration of the territory, social dynamics and everyday life, and which is aimed at being work material for community self-sensing, in addition to this aims to empower children’s voices and narratives about their own origin and history and that from there and only from there we start for joint work with adults. The construction of childhood is the prominence. Likewise, it is not to give an opinion on what they should be and do, but from what they look like and the short,medium and long-term possibilities that we can all build.