As a festival kick-off, we are hosting a screening at Amazônia Cocktails and Kitchen on February 23rd, at 5pm.
The screening space is limited to 50 seats, so come early. You can also reserve a seat (and table) by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (+45) 42 70 48 46. More info on the FB event.
The smallest indigenous reserve in Brazil suffers from its proximity to the Juruá (non-indigenous people). A village within the city of São Paulo. 800 Guaranis, live or survive, with their culture, their language and traditions, the contradictions of the urban, peripheral world. Once their lands are demarcated in 2016 and in 2017, for the first time in the history of Brazil, a land clearing process takes place. With strong reactions from the Guarani youth, guided by the spirit of Nanhderu (Guarani’s God), they begin to organize to fight for their rights.