The Kawesqar people of Patagonia believed their world was created after a catastrophic great flood. In a journey across a mountain lake, the fable is recounted by one of the 14 remaining Kawesqar people.
An Edinburgh College of Art Production
Screening Formats: HDCAM, DigiBeta
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Sheffield Documentary Festival, 2009
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Discovering Latin America Film Festival, 2009
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Irish Latin American Film Festival, 2010
OFFICIAL SELECTION – New York Rooftop Film Festival, 2010
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Rural Route Film Festival/New York, 2011
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This film was developed as part of Postgraduate study in the Film Department at the University of Edinburgh.
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