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When I met Sangre Negra
The loss and suffering of a little Colombian girl reflects the situation of Colombia in the 1950’s. Her very personal recount as an adult of her encounter with one of the most brutal killers, Sangre Negra is evidence of the despair and abandonment in which rural communities were living.
Miguel Rueda is a filmmaker and animator, with a Masters in Fine Arts from Academia Superior de artes de Bogotá (ASAB), and a degree in Graphic Design, Animation and Multimedia from LaSalle College, Bogotá Colombia. In 2008 he founded AguijonFilms in New York with the purpose of creating and participating in animation projects, films and multimedia. He has been invited to present his films at several film festivals, as well as to speak at Yale University, Fairfield University and CUNY to talk about the animation process.