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6th edition: 5 April - 9 April 2017

Un dia kada momentu (One Day at a Time) (2017 Feature Film)

Gabri Christa | Curaçao | 2016 | Documentary | color | DCP | 28 min | Papiamentu, English | e.s.

Portrait of the engaging Curaçao yoga master Leo Floridas. When he is introduced to yoga in the 1960s, he discovers that he is more than his blackness and becomes a yoga teacher and health activist in his local island community.

Place: CINEMA 4

Date: 8 April 2017

Time: 15:30

Duration: 0:37

Year in Festival
2017
Director
Gabri Christa
Camera
Hester Jonkhout
Country
Curaçao
Editor
Hester Jonkhout
Language
Papiamentu
English
Length
28 min
Music
Fernon Reid
Producer
Gabri Christa
Hester Jonkhout
Production Company
Danzaisa
Camrock
Sound Design
Dave Mourillon
Year of Production
2016
Gabri Christa

Gabri CHRISTA (Curaçao) came to filmmaking after a successful career as a dancer and choreographer with companies such as Danza Contemporanea de Cuba and the Bill T. Jones /Arnie Zane Dance Company. Awards she has received include the Guggenheim Fellowship for Choreography and the ABC Television Award for Creative Excellence for her short film High School (2002). Her short documentary Un dia kada momentu/One Day at a Time (2016) won the award for best film at both the Harlem International Film Festival and the Canadian Diversity Film Festival.

Filmography

High School (2002, short), Ringshout (2002, short), Domino (2003, short), Quarantine (2007, short), (2008, short), Salon Day (2010, short), Kasita (2014, short), Un dia kada momentu/One Day at a Time (2016, short doc)