We are introduced to Bimi, a master craftswoman of the Huni Kuin ethnic group who became a political leadership in the village Segredo do Artesão (Tarauacá-Brazil), and now occupies a predominantly male position. Alongside the strength of indigenous female protagonism, the films’ originality lies in its meditation about the very process of making, which results from a constant negotiation with the community, as it interweaves meta-referentiality, documentary testimony of everyday life in the village, and the Huni Kuin cosmology, which informs and crosses everything.



Isaka Huni Kuin, Zezinho Yube Huni Kuin, Siã Huni Kuin Born in the old rubber ranch Bonfim in the Kaxinawá Indigenous Land of the Upper Jordan River, Isaka Huni Kuin, Siã Huni Kuin, and Yube Hunu Kuin moved with their family to the beach of Carapanã and took part in the Project Video in the Villages, becoming indigenous filmmakers. Siã and Isaka also made the documentaries ‘Cerâmica e Cestaria’, ‘Festa da Banana’, and ‘Ensino das Medicinas’ while Yube directed five documentaries: ‘Xina Bena – Novos Tempos’, ‘Katxanawa’, ‘Já Me Transformei em Imagem’, ‘Mana Bai – História do Meu Pai’, and ‘Kenê Huxin – As Voltas do Kenê’.


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