Huahua, a documentary film directed by Joshi Espinosa and produced by Citlalli Anrrango, continues to be screened around the world. This movie tells the story of how a young indigenous couple faces an unexpected pregnancy. This event makes them wonder about the identity and the setting where they will raise the coming baby.
Huahua has been in many festivals around the world and won various awards, such as:
- CNCine Community Production Fund Award. Ecuador. 2014
- Public Vote Award, VI FESTIVAL DE CINE LA ORQUÍDEA, Ecuadorian Panorama. Cuenca, Ecuador. 2017.
- Jury Award. FESTIVAL AMAZONIA DOC. Paraná, Brazil. 2018.
- 2nd Jury Award. FESTIVAL PRESENCE AUTOCHTONE. Montreal, Canada. 2019.
- Jury Award. ECUADORIAN FILM FESTIVAL IN NEW YORK EFFNY. New York, USA. 2019.
Now, the Canadian audience will be able to enjoy this film in an exhibition organized by Wapikoni Mobile; a non-profit organization based in Montreal and Quebec – Canada, that organizes educational workshops and movie screenings to raise awareness and educate the general audience about indigenous rights, cultures, and problems.
Thanks to the support of the Consulate General of Toronto, the Wapikoni Mobile organization, and the intermediation of IFCI (Ecuador), this screening will take place at www.zine.ec where it will be available for 24 hours, starting on November 18-2020 at 07:00 pm (Canadian time)
Do not miss this amazing story!