Into the Dog’s Head
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Carmela Conteudos presents:

Into the Dog’s Head

General Audience 2017 54 min

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In the documentary "Into the Dog’s Head", a film crew goes looking for pajés and their healing rituals, in this region of the Amazonia, located on the triple border between Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela. On the way, they find outsiders who work with health - a Jewish psychiatrist, a Cuban doctor, a nurse from Rio Grande do Sul, among others - as well as indigenous leaders from various ethnicities - such as André Baniwa, Domingos Tukano and Hygino Tuyuka.

Directed by

Raquel Almeida Prado

Produced by

Carmela Conteudos

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Documentary

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Into the Dog’s Head (2017)

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 Raquel Almeida Prado

Produced by Carmela Conteudos

Coproduction --

Sponsorship --

Official Support --

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Social issues Environment Public health

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Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese BR

Standard English

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Synopsis

In the documentary "Into the Dog’s Head", a film crew goes looking for pajés and their healing rituals, in this region of the Amazonia, located on the triple border between Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela. On the way, they find outsiders who work with health - a Jewish psychiatrist, a Cuban doctor, a nurse from Rio Grande do Sul, among others - as well as indigenous leaders from various ethnicities - such as André Baniwa, Domingos Tukano and Hygino Tuyuka.