7 Aug


20:45 HS / Sala Zitarrosa


Since 2015, the Landless Workers Movement has been occupying an indebted sugarcane factory’s land to press for its redistribution through land reform. Grandma, P.C. and their encamped fellows struggle to conquer a small share of land where they can settle down and live a self-sustainable life, growing agro-ecological crops in a newly knit peasant community they draw in their dreams.

Director: Camila Freitas / Producer: Leonardo Feliciano, Camila Machado, Francisco Craesmeyer / Production company: Trotoar / Executive production: Douglas Duarte, Leonardo Feliciano / Cinematography: Camila Freitas, Cris Lyra, Ana Carolina Matias / Edition: Fred Benevides, Marina Meliande / Sound: Camila Machado, Olívia Hernández / Music: Celio Barros, Michelle Agnes Magalhães / International sales: FiGa Films

Country: Brazil / Year: 2019 / Duration: 110'

Awards and festivals:

Festivals: True/False FF, Philadelphia Latino Film Festival, Berlinale – Berlin International Film Festival, Cinélatino



You can buy your ticket for this movie for $UY 150 in tickantel or in the box office.
Participants accredited to DocMontevideo and holders of the Documentary Week Pass have free access presenting their credential.

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