Sunday, October 21 1:00 pm
A grandmother`s bird song is a message of peace for a new village settlement.
When a tatuushi, a Wayuu grandfather, leaves to buy food in the city, he returns to discover his idyllic country home has become another victim of aggressive multinational resource companies.
This fascinating story eloquently weaves a complex creative process juxtaposed with possibility and hope.
In the village of San Austin Oapan, Mexico, master rope-maker Silvestre Pantaleón struggles with aging. As one of the last traditional rope-makers, his perseverance and devotion to his craft simultaneously portrays the brilliance of Indigenous skill and the urgent need for cultural preservation.
Co-Presenter: aluCine Toronto Latin Film + Media Arts Festival