In the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, an island of 20 kilometers works together to make something beautiful out of nothing: a Carnival. During the month leading up to the festivities we’ll discover the struggles needed to achieve it through a person that coined a word: Tchinda. It's Mindelo, in the island of Sâo Vicente (Cape Verde), an unknown side of Africa that few could have imagined.
Feature documentary | HD | 94min (film) – 52min (TV) | Cape Verdean Creole / English subtitles | Produced by: Producciones Doble Banda.
Directors: Pablo García Pérez de Lara and Marc Serena; Executive producer: Yolanda Olmos&Marc Serena; Editing: Pablo García Pérez de Lara; DoP: Pablo Garcíá Pérez de Lara; Sound direct: Marc Serena; Sound Diseny: Verónica Font.
AMAA 2016, African Oscars Best Documentary Nomination
Maysles Brothers Awards; Belfast Film Festival (2016)
Jury award for Documentary Feature Special Recognition (Outfest Film, Los Ángeles, 2015);
Best Documentary (Chicago Reeling, 2015);
Best National Doc (MiradasDoc, 2015);
Best national film, Best director & Audience Award (LesGaiCineMad, 2015);
Best Documentary (Cape Verdean American Film Festival, 2015)
Best Sound (Premios Apolo Vive en frente, 2016)
Audience Award (Can (be) Gay, 2016)
Best pitch in Zagreb Dox (Croatia, 2014)