Festival international du
court métrage au saguenay


In the Kalapalo cosmogony, water is as old as humans and is the source of life. The idea of using water as a dumpster, of poisoning water, is a dystopia. In Tuã Ingugu, Chief Faremá tells about the birth of water and warns us about the consequences of disrespecting it.

Production :
Syndrome Films
Distribution :
Syndrome Films
Sound designer :
Edson Secco
Cast :
Faremá Kalapalo and Kanho Matipu
Editing :
Daniela Thomas
Cinematographer :
Léo Bittencourt

In competition for :

Best Youth Short Film

  • Daniela Thomas

    Daniela Thomas is a director, playwright, set designer, screenwriter and art director. She co-directed several films with Walter Salles. In 2009, she co-directed with Felipe Hirsch the feature Sunstroke. Vazante (2017, premiered at the Berlinale) was her solo debut in directing a feature. Daniela was also one of the directors of the collective films Paris, Je T’Aime (2006), Stories on Human Rights (2008), Half the Sky (2018) and Interdependence (2019).

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