Online Screening

Nov 11 - Nov 19

At the edge of Venezuela’s Lake Maracaibo is the small floating village of Congo Mirador. Now sinking into sediment, this once-prosperous fishing community is unraveling after years of criminal pollution and government neglect. Focusing on two fierce, independent women who epitomize opposing sides of this vulnerable community, Anabel Rodríguez Ríos’s film is a stunning microcosm of a global battle to safeguard cultural heritage and retain political relevancy.

Included with the screening ticket is an exclusive pre-recorded filmmaker Q&A, immediately following the film.

Director: Anabel Rodríguez Ríos
Executive Producer: Arash T. Riahi, Nancy Harrison, Joe Torres, Malu Carneiro Campos, Sepp R. Brudermann, Claudia Lepage
Producer: Sepp R. Brudermann
Writer: Anabel Rodríguez Ríos, Sepp R. Brudermann
Cinematographer: John Márquez
Editor: Sepp R. Brudermann
Music: Nascuy Linares
Language: Spanish
Country: Venezuela
Year: 2020
Sales Agent: Cargo Film & Releasing

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Nov 11 - Nov 19

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Online Screening


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