Nahui Ollin,Sun of Movement (Nahui Ollin, Sol de Movimien-to)

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 25th March | 04:00 PM

Dir. Antonino Isordia, Carlos Armella, Gustavo M. Ballesté, Eleonora Isunza de Pech, Michelle Ibaven, Sergio Blanco, Teresa Camou

Synopsis: Directed by different Mexican filmmakers Nahui Ollin, Sun of Movement travels through Mexico to reveal the dramatic advance of climate change in one of the most bio-diverse countries of this planet. Corals, mangroves, oceans, rivers, mountains and cities show signs of what can be described as the most dangerous threat to humanity in our era. Through the voice of Mexican inhabitants from various parts of the country we will be able to observe and understand both the impact of climate change as well as the process of mitigation that it has provoked in their communities. A coral revelatory movie that finds images for climate change in Mexico that have the power to reflect far beyond this country and indeed prove the advance of this largely silent threat worldwide.

    • Script : Greco Sotelo, Carlos Armella, Teresa Camou, Antonino Isordia, Gustavo M. Ballesté, Eleonora Isunza de Pech, Michelle Ibaven, Sergio Blanco
    • Executive Production : Eleonora Isunza de Pech, Gustavo M. Ballesté
    • Production : Sandra Godinez
    • Production House : Cinema Planeta Producciones
    • Cinematography : Antonino Isordia, Carlos Armella, Michelle Ibaven, Aldo Hernández, Miguel Ángel Sicilia
    • Editing : Paola Iturralde, Francisco González, Carlos Armella, Andrés Zamora, Sergio Blanco, Gustavo M. Ballesté
    • Sound : Sandra Godinez, Antonino Isordia, Héctor García, Andrés Alatriste
    • Music : Héctor Marroquín, Alejandro Montaño, Be Flores, Juan Carlos García, Marco Antonio Solís, Carlos Mier
    • Age Limit : Suitable for 15 years and above

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