The Munich International Film Festival receives the Rondonian film ‘O Territrio’ by Alex Pritzeau
Author: Emerson Barbosa
film “Region” (The Territory), by American filmmaker Alex Pritz, premiered in May at the International Documentary Festival in Munich, Germany. The participation of the film has been confirmed by the organization of Dok Utsav Munchen, Which runs from May 4 to May 15.
“Ganz Grosses Kino!” We present 35 of the best international documentaries in the Great Hall and the Silver Room of the Deutsches Theatre, with many German and world premieres as well as award-winning films starring Daniel Rohr, the most important Russian opposition politician in your life. . The most dramatic time in life,” the presentation informs.
The documentary is filmed entirely in Rondnia and is shown realistically with the saga of Ethnoenvironmental Association coordinators Coninde Bitte and Ivanide Bandeira, who work together to defend Land 7 de Cetembro from an invasion of land grabbers. lead the group.
Critics hailed The Territory as “a film that inspires and evokes urgency, a global issue, an environmental crisis. A cinematic experience with brilliant and poetic cinematography, the exquisite sound design of the Amazon rainforest that takes you through the narrative. allows you to immerse yourself in it.
Territory has already won the Audience Award and the Special Jury Prize for Documentary Craftsmanship Sun Dance Festival In the United States of America (USA). they were also honored Copenhagen International Documentary Festival (CPH:DOX)Feather Films That Matter International Festival How else in the Activision Awards category in the Netherlands best documentary to the taste of the public Seattle International Festival in the United States.
During an interview at the Pontifical Catholic University of So Paulo, Tsai Surui spoke about the film, pointing out that social media has been used by indigenous peoples to show their reality. “Cell phones are very important tools for Indigenous peoples today, especially the media, for people who don’t appear in mainstream media” Located