A documentary film by Terco Producciones and Mutual Aid Media in production.
In Honduras, one of the most violent countries in the world, the assassination of the social justice leader Berta Cáceres, remains in impunity. Guided by a map that Berta drew in Katia´s notebook one day before she was killed, the director Katia Lara and her team continue along the contours of the memories of Berta’s family as well as the line of criminal investigation to show us who Berta was and what corrupt interests she fought against until her death.
This will be a story that exalts life through the struggle of Indigenous peoples, who for centuries have defended their territory, their culture and common goods, against all forms and times of colonialism. We will take a cinematic trip to old places of Lenca elders who may be able to whisper the truth to us.
Writer and Director: Katia Lara (Honduras)
Producer: Katia Lara (Honduras), Sam Vinal (United States)
Executive Producer: Irina Ruiz (Panama)
Head Researcher: Milton Benítez (Honduras)
Line Producer Spain: Irene Yagüe (Spain)
Line Producer México & Honduras: Erika Archaga (Honduras)
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