Artesanos (2011)

Artesanos (with English subtitles) is a 2011 Spanish documentary film. Craftsmen (artesanos) are people that act following their hearts, thus getting closer to a different and inspiring reality that is worth living. They talk with the soul’s language, withour fear, with the purity of the emotions that arise when dreams are chased.

By Santiago, Tisa & Daniel Pando.

The film was released free Worldwide on 11.11.11.

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