33 minutes, 2011
Captain França an important Sateré-Mawé leader, considered education as a political instrument. Today, many of his sons and grandsons who studied or already graduated in educational institutions such as the Universidade Estadual do Amazonas, live in the city of Parintins. They and other Sateré-Mawé tell us about life in the city and at the Indigenous Reserve, their personal experiences and life stories.
These narratives are about their ethnic group, their communities, families, crafts and aid to saterés in transit throughout the city. They also talk about their language and rituals, their religions and the many meanings of being sateré, bequeathing to the next generations aspects of their culture and tradition.
HD, NTSC, cor, 33min, 2012
Direction: Diana Paola Gómez Mateus
Research: Ana Luisa Sertã Almada Mauro, Flávia Fernandes Belletati, José Agnello Alves Dias de Andrade, Rodrigo Valentim Chiquetto, Tiemi Kayamori Lobato da Costa, Yuri Bassichetto Tambucci
Screenplay, Camera and editing: Diana Paola Gómez Mateus
Still Photography: Ana Luisa Sertã Almada Mauro
Animation: Giu Nishiyama
Graphic Art: Isabela Sertã Almada Mauro
Production: Production: Group of Urban Ethnology -GEU-Core Urban Anthropology-NAU-. THE I FFLCH I USP; University of São Paulo-USP- Laboratory of Image and Sound in Anthropology -LISA- . DA I FFLCH I USP; University de São Paulo -USP-
Support: Post-Presidency of Culture and University Extension-PRCEU