(feature length documentary)

90 minutes, Colombia, 2020 

Produced by Viso Producciones

Co-produced by Señal Colombia

(Directed by Viviana Gómez Echeverry 

Co-directed by Anton Wenzel)

Camilo is the adopted son of an indigenous couple from the Cocha lagoon in Colombia. He is the only black man in his community and has always felt different. That is why he embarks on a journey in search of his biological origins that will lead him to ask about his double identity of being black and indigenous at the same time.

Just like Camilo, his tribe is looking for its origins 

after a long history of violence, displacement and 

extermination. Through the sacred plant ayahuasca they learn to be indigenous again. 

-World premiere: IDFA 2020

-Project development Colombian film fund 2017

-Participant (Egg)celerator Lab, Chicken&Egg Pictures 2019

-Official selection IDFA Forum (Roughcut screenings) 2019

-Official selection BAM (Bogota Audiovisual Market) / Winner of the Señal Colombia competition 2019

-Winner Section Infrarojo for postproduction colombian documentary,   

Ficci (Festival de Cine de Cartagena) 2020

© Anton Wenzel 2020

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