We had a nice turn-out for the 2nd evening in our #Indigenous film series “IDENTITY.INTERSECTIONALITY.INDIGENEITY“, focusing on female directors, facilitated by xart splitta. Last night in Berlin, we screened a clip from upcoming documentary “ALMOST”, directed by me, and the extremely moving film directed by Native Hawaiian Ciara Lacey, “Out of State”.
The next event is Dec. 5th, when Peruvian artist and director Ingrid Pumayalla joins us from London, introducing her short documentary “Otrades Madres”. Description: “A documentary film about Matilde’s journey back to her native Pantipata in rural Cuzco after twenty-two years. Matilde Umeres is a native Quechua woman who migrated to Lima, the capital of Peru, without her family when she was nine years old.” You can see the trailer HERE.
Ingrid Pumayalla (Trujillo, 1989) is a Peruvian artist working and living in London. Her work has been part of the Art for the Environment Festival at Bow Arts, 2018 also exhibited at the 12thIndigenous Film Festival in London, 2018. She holds a MA in Fine Arts from Central Saint Martins, London (2015) and BA in Photography from the Institute “Centro de la Imagen”, Lima – Peru (2012). She uses performance, photography and moving image to address migration and diasporas, and how the loss of home re-structures and transforms identity. Her work explores the role of art in transforming and repairing loss.
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