Friday evening, lamented the death of filmmaker, screenwriter and director of photography of the southern Puno region, Oscar Catacora, due to a “sudden health problem” while shooting a new film in the province of ‘El Collao.
Via Twitter, Mincul expressed his sincere condolences to Catacora’s loved ones and loved ones, noting that his first film titled “Wiñaypacha” (Eternity) was the first Peruvian film shot entirely in the Aymara language and hailed not only in this country but also in the world. ‘foreigner.
Lamentamos el sensible fallecimiento by Óscar Catacora, director of cinema, guide and director of photography of the department of Puno. pic.twitter.com/VXNqwLc5di
– Ministerio Cultura (@MinCulturaPe) November 27, 2021
The company added, “It is the family’s wish that the funeral be held in the strictest of privacy at Oscar’s birthplace. However, we will listen to the condolences of all who knew him. His example will encourage us to continue his legacy and exalt his memory. “
Oscar Catacora was 34 years old.