Uýra, a trans-Indigenous artist, travels through the Amazon forest on a journey of self-discovery, using performance art and ancestral messages to teach Indigenous youth and confront structural racism and transphobia in Brazil. In the country with the highest murder rates of trans individuals, Indigenous people, and environmentalists, Uýra fosters unity and provides inspiration for these movements in the heart of the Amazon.Director's Bio:Juliana Curi is a Brazilian-Latina film director and visual artist. She began her career in the creative department of MTV Brazil developing socio-cultural impact campaigns. Since then she was a Bric Brooklyn Film+TV Resident and UN Women’s Award winner. Her projects include this documentary and the filmmaking inclusion program EUETU Lab."A unique counterculture doc from the LGBTQ, indigenous and ecological rights perspective all at once! Using the human body as a medium so artistically and dynamically—and for the purposes of cultural and environmental activism—really speaks to our times in multiple ways." – BendFilm Team Film sponsored by Visit Central Oregon


Oct 10 - 23 2022


12:00 am - 11:59 pm

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