Caminhos do Coco
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Coletivo Ganzá presents:

Caminhos do Coco

General Audience 2016 91min

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Caminhos do Coco is a documentary feature that follows the paths this popular cultural rhythm called Coco has taken through six states of the northeastern region of Brazil since it's origin. From the dry lands deep into the Country, to quilombos, rural areas and up to the coast, the documentary takes a journey through this rich universe accompanied by inspiring women and men who keep this culture alive.

Directed by

Joice Temple

Produced by

Hugo Marques

Juliana Amorim

Kelly Santos

Coproduction

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Sponsorship

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Official Support

Funarte

Category

Documentary

5 rating
28 Screenings
527 audience
527 total aud.
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Caminhos do Coco (2016)

Age rating: General Audience

It is possible to download the archive of this film for Videocamp sessions. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Joice Temple

Produced by Hugo Marques Juliana Amorim Kelly Santos

Coproduction --

Sponsorship --

Official Support Funarte

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Culture Racial issues Religion

ODSs ODS 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese

Standard English

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Audio Description --

Sign Language --

Synopsis

Caminhos do Coco is a documentary feature that follows the paths this popular cultural rhythm called Coco has taken through six states of the northeastern region of Brazil since it's origin. From the dry lands deep into the Country, to quilombos, rural areas and up to the coast, the documentary takes a journey through this rich universe accompanied by inspiring women and men who keep this culture alive.