One from the south, one from the north. When the balance between love, consent and empowerment in a couple is disturbed, something’s is bound to break, literally.
Writer, Visual Artist and pioneer of the Queer movement in Latin America,
Pedro Lemebel shook up conservative Chilean society during Pinochet’sdictatorship in the 1980s.
Sebastian is an ordinary man in his thirties devoted to his loyal dog and working
in a slew of temporary jobs. As he moves fitfully through adulthood, he navigates
love, loss and fatherhood – until the world is rocked by a sudden catastrophe,
upending his already turbulent life.
In the prelude of the twentieth century, Pedro arrives in Tierra del Fuego, an hostile and violent
territory, to immortalise the marriage of a powerful landowner.
In an isolated Yanomami land in the Amazon, the shaman Davi Kopenawa Yanomani tries to keep the spirits of the forest and the traditions alive, while the
arrival of gold prospectors brings death and destruction to the community.
On Lake Maracaibo, beneath the mysterious silent Catatumbo lightning, the village of Congo
Mirador is preparing for parliamentary elections. How can a small fishing village survive against cor-
ruption, pollution and political decay – a reflection of all the flaws of contemporary Venezuela.