Direction: Pablo Mazzolo
In 1575, the resistance headed by chief Onga, was cornered and defeated by the Spanish troops. Hundreds of Hênia-Kâmîare women, children and old people jumped off the top of the Colchiquí hill to avoid being enslaved. This was the largest collective suicide in the territory that is currently known as Argentina.
Pablo Mazzolo was born in Buenos Aires in 1976. He graduated in Image and Sound Design at University of Buenos Aires. His films have participated in festivals like Rotterdam film festival, New York Film Festival, Ann Arbor film Festival, Edinburgh Film Festival, Rencontres Internationales a Paris. He made various film performances and solo presentations in museums like Rufino Tamayo, MALBA, MassArt. His work has been prized in Ann Arbor, Media City, National Fund of Ars, The Bienal of Moving Image, among others.