Geometric shapes drawn in the sand reveal a universe of encounters for a Mapuche girl who arrives at a deserted beach. Magical, shimmering stones within the sea and within the sky meet from this character, who acts as an intersection between these two realms. In the film, based on the Mapuche cosmovision that the world only exists in the meeting between these dualities, in a complement of opposing worlds, a child sings the melody of the crossroads. (C.A.)
Paula Herrera Vivas
Visual artist, animator, and professor. Her artistic output is grounded in experimental and feminine elements, investigating characters and environments in their diversity. Her short films, among which "Blanca tu Humididad" (2009), have been screened in national and international film festivals. "The Magic Stone", her most important animated film, has obtained several scholarships and funding support.
La mujer y el cine