Young leadership and audiovisual director, Patrícia Ferreira has been recognized by the documentaries she makes with her people, the Guarani Mbya. When called to discuss her work at one of the biggest ethnographic film festivals in the world, the Margaret Mead Film Festival, held at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, Patrícia is faced with a series of exhibitions, debates and attitudes that make her reflect on the world of “juruá”, contrasting it with the Guarani modes of existence.
Award of merit - Best shorts competition, Los Angeles (2020)
Selected at IX CachoeiraDoc (2020) and 9a Mostra EcoFalante (2020)
Selected at 14a Muestra de cine y video Indígena (Chile)
World premiere at New York University in feb/2020