Three indigenous leaderships from Amazonia try to keep alive their traditional cultures and manners. These are the stories of Katia, a leader of the Akrãtikatêjê tribe, Manuel, a leader of the Munduruku tribe, and José Manuyama, a teacher of Kokama origin. The trio narrates the threats to their territories promoted by big mining companies, by monoculture, by the extraction of wood and by the construction of hydroelectric power plants. Interconnected by the voice and the ancestral philosophy of Ailton Krenak, these stories of resistance present us other ways of existing and walking on the Earth.
INSTITUTO MOREIRA SALLES - PAULISTA
Marcos Colón, Bruno Malheiro
Bruno Erlan, Marcos Colón
Amazônia Latitude Films