Venezuela is a country rich in natural resources that for decades has prided itself on having one of the best public health systems in the entire region. Today, the near-total collapse of Venezuela’s health system is resulting in severe medicine shortages, a dramatic increase in infant mortality, the reappearance of once-eradicated diseases like diphtheria, and a mass exodus of doctors to hospitals overseas. In Está Todo Bien, Caracas-born Tuki Jencquel asks a pharmacist, trauma surgeon, activist and two patients to confront the same questions millions of Venezuelans are facing: protest or acquiesce, emigrate or remain, lose all hope or hang onto faith?

Category Documentary
Original title Está todo bien
Director Tuki Jencquel
Production Orinokia Filmproduktion UG, Hekura Films
Country Venezuela, Germany
Format HD, DCP
Runtime 52/70 min
Year 2018
Broadcaster DW
Language Spanish
Subtitles English, French, German, Italian
Genre Current Affairs & Investigative, Health, Politics, Society


  • "World Premiere" Sheffield Doc/Fest, UK (2018)
  • "Best of Fest", IDFA, The Netherlands (2018)
  • London Human Rights Watch FF, UK (2019)
  • Movies that Matter, Activist Competition, The Netherlands (2019)
  • Millenium Documentary FF, Belgium (2019)
  • "Best Film", One World FF Brussels, Belgium (2019)
  • "VIKTOR DOK.horizonte" Award, DOK.fest München, Germany (2019)
  • "Jury Award Latin-American Competiton", Muestra Ecofalante de Cine Ambiental, Brazil (2019)
  • Shanghai International Film Festival, Documentary Competition, China (2019)
  • Human Rights Watch Film Festival NYC, USA (2019)
  • "Competition", Terra Di Tutti, Italy (2019)

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Statement of the jury for the award for BEST FILM at One World Film Festival Brussels:

"The winning film is instrumental in raising awareness about a current issue while stressing the importance of economic and social rights (including the right to healthcare) as basic human rights. Despite the geographical distance, the film offers parallels to the current situation in European countries, where the right to healthcare becomes a matter of politicization. The jury also appreciated the intense humanity and the dignified way in which the film follows the characters through their illness and empowers them to be the main actors of their own documented story and of the change that the country needs. The daily reality of the lives featured in the film brings the story close to a European viewer. Combined with a high-quality filmmaking and the engaging form of representation, it is an urgent and powerful film."

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