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Published on May 29, 2017
Filmed in virtual reality, this short length documentary portrays the Waurá people, an indigenous ethnic group made up of 560 individuals who live in the Xingu Indigenous Reserve, in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso. The film shows daily life in the village of Piyulaga and how the indians preserve their traditional culture – while also incorporating habits and technology from white man. The story raises awareness about the out-of-control fires resulting from deforestation around the reserve. Besides their impact in climate change, these fires threaten the forest and life as a whole in the Xingu Reserve.
Director: Tadeu Jungle Producers: André Villas Boas, Bruno Weis, Paulo Junqueira e Tadeu Jungle Original screenplay: Bruno Weis Executive producer: Duda Marujo Line producers: Clara Guimarães and Dante Hideki On-site producer: Paulo Junqueira Cinematography and editing: Fred Mauro Additional cinematography: Raul Cariello Sound mixer: Marcio Farah Research and assistant director: Cristiane Gathaz Original score: Waurá Indigenous People Score and sound mixing: JUKE! Color and effects: Pedro Gebara Finaling: Equipe Academia de Filmes English narration: Ana Paula Aquino Dubbing Actor: Felipe Montanari PR: Bruno Weis Poster: Marcelo Pallotta Instituto Socioambiental (ISA), 2017, Brasil. Site: http://www.socioambiental.org Very special thanks to the Waurá people. 2016/2017, Brazil.