88 mins | Documentary | Spanish - Subtitles: English
Costa Rica – United States.
Doyenne tells the story of women in Costa Rican sports, the daily effort of those “Doyenne” to achieve their dreams and move their families forward. Doyenne narrates the struggle of women in a world where inequalities still exist, although they are not limiting to fight for what you want. The film seeks to highlight how the struggle of each athlete has never been only in their respective space, but also before a society that in many cases does not accept them, but then acclaims them for their sporting achievements.
United States, Latin America, Asia and Europe
|Producer:||Pamela Alfaro and Tania Campos|
|Production Designer:||Leonardo Solano|
|Director of Photography:||Edgardo Venegas|
|Editor:||Leonaro Solano and Edgardo Venegas|
|Music:||Alfredo “Choco” Rivera, Nativa and Malpaís|