Pared de vidrio

This striking exhibition quite literally blurs the lines between fiction and reality, with a series of photographs of windows - the larger works containing...

What to watch: Film reviews

Todos se van He’s finally back. Sergio Cabrera, one of the most renowned Colombian film makers of all time, kept us guessing for a decade...
Otello Teatro Colón

The voices of Otello

As Verdi’s classic opera, Otello arrives to the Teatro Colón in Bogotá, Phoebe Hopson catches up with some of the stellar cast.
family in Bogotá

A family abroad: Settling in in Bogotá

Moving to a new city with children? Here are some things to consider when thinking about schools, doctors and getting support. This is the first of a new column from The Bogotá Post that looks at family life in the city.

Retornan – more than a work in progress

One of the directors of Retornan, a film about a displaced community, which found success at this year’s BAM, tells Oli Pritchard ‘all they want to do is return to their land’
Bogota Audio Visual Market 2015, BAM 2015


The sixth edition of the Bogota Audiovisual Market (BAM) took place in the capital from July 13-17, bringing together producers, filmmakers and distributors to...
Bogotá Fashion Week

A Look at Bogotá Fashion Week

Local Colombian designers made their mark on the world stage for fashion at Bogotá Fashion Week.
Yessenia Vasquez López

Life through a lens

Paola Rey speaks to photographer Yessenia Vasquez López, whose piece will represent the country at the renowned World Photography Awards Sony will once again put...
Colombia at the Oscars, Colombia movies

Colombia hoping to make a splash at the Oscars

Carolina Morales looks ahead at some of the films that are likely to be big winners in the upcoming awards Awards season is upon us,...

Afrika Bambaataa: The show that was(n’t)

VICE Magazine and Teatro Metropol last week held a unique cultural event - Afrika Bambaataa, arguably the godfather of hip hop, came to Bogota....