• 8.6 10
  • 2018
  • 69min
  • Original Title: Huahua (2017)

José and Citlalli, an indigenous couple in Ecuador, begin to question their family's identity when they find out they are expecting a child.


AWARDS: Winner Audience Award. Festival de Cine la Orquídea/ Best Documentary. Amazonia Doc

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS: Habana Film Festival/ San Diego Latino Film Festival/ Ariano Film Festival/ Asinabka Film & Media Arts Festival/ Jumara - IIº Festival Internacional de Cine Indígena de Panamá/ Latino Film Festival Worcester/ First People's Indigenous Film Festival/ Premios Fénix / Dreamspeakers Film Festival/ Ecuatorian NYC Film Festival/ Quetzacoatl Indigenous Film Festival/ Chicago Latino Film Festival/ EDOC/ Festival Latinoamericano de Cine de Quito, FLACQ/ Maoriland Film Festival/ LASA Film Festival/ FESAALP/ MIRA LatinAmerican Film Festival/ Native Spirit Film Festival/ Central-Doc Film Festival& Muestra de cine por los derechos humanos Ayahue/ Daupará Muestra de cine y video indígena/ FILMAR en America Latina/ Asinabka Film & Media Arts Festival/ Ariano Film Festival/ First Nations Film and Video Festival

Huahua. A child and our roots

This Ecuadorian documentary tells the story of a young aboriginal couple that faces an unexpected pregnancy that will make them question about their identity and the world in which they will raise their child.

Joshi Espinosa
Joshi Espinosa Director

Production Companies

Ayllu Records

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