Waapa

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Maria Farinha Filmes presents:

Waapa

General Audience 2017 20min

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The documentary offers a unique glimpse at the way the Yudja people raise their children in the Xingu Indigenous Park, Brasil. Play, community life, and a spiritual connection to nature are revealed as elements that shape the bodies and souls of Yudja children.

Directed by

David Reeks, Paula Mendonça e Renata Meirelles

Produced by

Maria Farinha Filmes

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Documentary

4.7 rating
534 Screenings
16.1 K audience
16.5 K total aud.
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06/06

18:15

Limeira, São Paulo | pagina do Facebook do CAACS

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27/04

14:00

Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro | AMAVALE

Estrada almirante Paulo Meira, 8201, Vale das Videiras, Petrópolis

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Waapa (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 David Reeks, Paula Mendonça e Renata Meirelles

Produced by Maria Farinha Filmes

Coproduction --

Sponsorship --

Official Support --

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Culture Religion Children and Nature

ODSs ODS 15 - Life on Land

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Several

Standard Portuguese BR, Spanish, English, French

Close Caption --

Audio Description --

Sign Language --

Synopsis

The documentary offers a unique glimpse at the way the Yudja people raise their children in the Xingu Indigenous Park, Brasil. Play, community life, and a spiritual connection to nature are revealed as elements that shape the bodies and souls of Yudja children.