92 min . 14 years
|Mon, 4 nov||19h||Estação Net Botafogo 1|
|Tue, 5 nov||16h||Estação Net Botafogo 3|
|Wed, 6 nov||15h30||Estação Net Botafogo 2|
DIR: Daniela Thomas . 9 min . RJ/Brazil . 2019
In the Kalapalo cosmogony (an ethnic group that lives in the Xingú Indigenous Park), water is as old as humans and is the source of life. That is where all their sustenance comes from, their food, their drink, their joy. The idea of using water as a dumpster, of poisoning water is a dystopia. In Tuã Ingugu (Water Eyes) Chief Faremá - from Caramujo village on the banks of the Kuluene River - tells us about the birth of water and warns us about the consequences of disrespecting it.
DIR: Renata Cilene Martins . 20 min . SP/Brazil . 2019
Zu is a twelve-year-old black kid. He goes to the grocery store to buy wheat flour for his mother and, on his return home, finds that he can fly.
DIR: Davi Marworno, Takumã Kuikuro . 12 min . MT/Brazil . 2019
The indigenous elder of the Karipuna people, Dona Alexandrina, also known as Xandoca, tells a little of her history and the Santa Isabel village, Uaça Indigenous Land, in the municipality of Oiapoque, Macapá.
DIR: Magno Pinheiro . 20 min . RJ/Brazil . 2019
Three mothers who have violently lost their children tell their stories as we follow in parallel two boys who invade a house in search of a kite that flew away.
DIR: Luisa Mello . 11 min . RJ/Brazil . 2019
During the 2018 Brazilian presidential elections, a woman floats in waters far from home. When everything seems calm, a wave hits and carries her to the depths of her being. Water and Salt is a journey trough the consciousness of someone whose country is under threat from a fascist government.
DIR: Ulisses Arthur . 20 min . AL/Brazil . 2019
Love has exploded Inside of one of the twin towers And now it flies like dust in the wind Looking for it it’s like Searching lice on a snake’s head Or hair in egg shells What I feel right now I can’t name it. There’s a deep hole between us Like craters in the ocean We are islands of heat From two distant cities From different sides of the world. Fabrício, 8th grade