Fotofijaciones is the first solo exhibition of photographs by Eduardo Carvajal (b. 1949), who worked for over a decade in the movie industry in Cali, Colombia. This article, Fe de ratas (A propósito de Fotofijaciones) [Faith of Rats (a pun on the term “errata”) Concerning Fotofijaciones], by the writer and playwright Sandro Romero Rey (b. 1959) is thus one of the very few written accounts of Carvajal’s photography. Carvajal was a member of the Cali Group, a loose affiliation of people who epitomized the peak of audiovisual activity in the 1970s and 1980s. In the 1970s the group was dominated by young movie fans, most notably the writer Andrés Caicedo (1951–1977). In the early 1980s it consisted mainly of people working in the movies, such as the well-known Colombian filmmakers Carlos Mayolo (1945–2007) and Luis Ospina (b. 1949). During this period—which was affectionately referred to as “Caliwood” (a play on “Hollywood”)—the group included directors, actors, photographers, assistant directors, art directors, cameramen, and movie critics. The exhibition Fotofijaciones, in fact, included still shots from a number of the movies directed by members of the Group: Cali de película [Fantastic Cali] (1973) directed by Mayolo and Ospina; Angelita y Miguel Ángel (1973) directed by Caicedo and Mayolo; Pura sangre [Thoroughbred] (1982) directed by Ospina; and Carne de tu carne [Flesh of Your Flesh] (1983) directed by Mayolo, among others. According to Romero Rey, this photographic archive is an integral part of the visual history of Cali; it was shown to the public for the first time during the Festival Internacional de Arte [International Art Festival], the 1968 cultural event that revived the legendary Festival de Arte de Cali [Cali Art Festival] from the 1960s. The most important and best-known series of photographs are the ones taken by Carvajal of Caicedo (the writer, movie fan, and cinema club aficionado) whose literary work and suicide at an early age transformed him into a myth in the eyes of several generations. The playwright and movie critic Sandro Romero Rey, a member of the “Caliwood” set, worked with Carvajal on audiovisual projects during the 1980s in Cali. In 1989, Ospina made the documentary Fotofijaciones based on this exhibition.