10:30 am, Sunday 28 March
$7.50 - Book Tickets
Films in Programme
CompañíaDuration: 60 mins
Compañía blends documentary, visual poetry and experimental cinema to bring the audience into the daily rhythms of a small mountain community. From the individual to the community, the land to urban spaces, traditional to ancestral, Compañía is a call to witness the fullness of what has been carried and what has survived. Through the perspective of the community, Miguel Hilari deepens the understanding of perspectives on home and migration.
El Buen Vivir/The well livingDuration: 26 mins
Nation: Arahuaco, Barasano, and Wiwa
For the Arawak, Barasano and Wiwa peoples, to live well is to be in spiritual communication with the fathers and mothers of the elements of the earth.
Tata Jenaru Uajpa/Hijo de Don Jenaro (Son of Don Jenaro)Duration: 26 mins
In 2010, the vibrant Indigenous musical tradition of the pirekua (traditional Purhépecha song), was declared Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. In Angahuan, Michoacán a community mourns the loss of one of its great pirekua masters, Tatá Jacinto Rita Toral.