Bolivar Jaripio, an Embera indigenous farmer, has premonitions of death through his dreams but he denies this ability to avoid the prejudices of being called a witch. Bolívar finds in his dreams the knowledge to build Dadjirade, the traditional house that was forgotten after the displacement of his community due to the construction of a hydroelectric plant 40 years ago.
He is an Emberá documentary filmmaker who strongly focuses on preserving Emberá’s indigenous culture through cinema. Ivan is currently studying Cinematographic Arts. He directs Jumara, the International Indigenous Film Festival, and has participated as an instructor in film workshops targeting indigenous populations.
Said Isaac, a Panamanian producer and cultural manager. Co-founder of Mente Pública. He is interested in generating stories about racism and gender. He is currently the producer of Las Hijas (in distribution), Cuscú (in production), Madre (in development), and Baba (in development).
She leads the community organization INGUETO, where he promotes education, art, and culture through cinema. She is the director of Soy Sasha, a short documentary film selected in several national and international festivals.