The probability of the impossible: when I made my Peruvian film, I had no idea how successful it might turn out to be. I just knew I wanted it to be seen by as many people as possible, so they will know about the Kukama tribe and the problem of disappearing indigenous cultures.
Yesterday I left the festival #19
that screened my film, and every day of the past weekend received a new invitation to another festival, totalling now 25. This is by far my most successful film to date.
When I stumbled on a book by Judy Grahn called "Blood, bread and roses: how menstruation created the world", I knew I have to talk to the writer one day. And for the next 2 years I tried to reach out to her. Made her my fb friend, but that wasn't enough.
Today I have a privilege of interviewing her for my film in the Bay Area! I am thrilled, scared, honoured and super excited! This is a perfect day to remind, that nothing is impossible, as long as you believe in your goal and remain persistent.
What a glorious day awaits me! 🤞 📷Shot in Dominican Republic, 2013.