85 min, Digital HD, Panamá/ EEUU, Spanish

Direction: Harry Paul Oglivie Valles

Production: Juan Said Isaac

Company: Mente Pública Producciones

Pitch: Harry Paul Oglivie Valles / Juan Said Isaac

A young Afro-indigenous man, in the midst of an identity crisis due to a disconnection with his ancestors, embarks on a physical and introspective journey that will make him reconsider the meaning of family.

Panamanian documentary filmmaker and photographer, born in the city of Colon. He studied at the International Documentary Film Camp, ACAMPADOC, where he was later part of his Ibero-American Residency for documentary projects in development with his first feature documentary Baba. He also attended the workshop Aesthetic Approach in Documentary Film at the International Film and TV School, EICTV in San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba. In 2019 he started the Conservatory of Cinematography at the National Film School of Colombia, ENACC. He has directed short films that have been part of exhibitions and festivals