Cacique Nalá is an urban indigenous woman representative of the Qom community in Argentina who has been fighting for years to make the indigenous worldview visible in education, medicine and culture.

  • Florencia Marina Romero
  • Florencia Marina Romero
  • Florencia Marina Romero
  • Clara Romero
    Key Cast
    "Cacique Nalá"
  • Natalia Hochea
    Key Cast
  • Aldana Chujman
    Film Editor
  • Florencia Marina Romero
    Director of photography
  • Paula Montes
    Sound Editing
  • Macarena López Hernandorena
    Color Correction
  • Daniela Albamonte
    Music Soundtrack
  • Ezequiel Fonseca
    Music Soundtrack
  • María Eugenia Godoy
    Poster Creator
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  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Feature
  • Genres:
    Human Rights, Biopic
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 10 minutes 6 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 1, 2024
  • Production Budget:
    4,000 USD
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  • Shooting Format:
    Digital Full HD
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Distribution Information
  • El Delirio Cine
    Country: Worldwide
    Rights: All Rights
  • El Delirio Cine
    Sales Agent
    Country: Worldwide
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Florencia Marina Romero

Designer of Image and Sound and Master in Communication Design (FADU UBA). She directed several short films, including “Malonia” (2010). She made short documentaries for the digital magazine XER, of which she is also co-founder. Currently, she is the director of the audiovisual and web production company BUIA, in which she makes multiple videos in various formats and genres as well as interactive websites. She is the director, screenwriter and producer of her first documentary film NALÁ.

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Director Statement

Cacique Nalá is an indigenous Qom woman who fights to defend her worldview. In the documentary I seek to make indigenous peoples visible and for viewers to recognize and see that a large part of the population that surrounds them is indigenous. In parallel, I want to make room in the cinematographic medium for women since the heads of the film's audiovisual team are professionals who create content with the resources we have. The aim is to realistically represent the places that the protagonist inhabits, merging the public with the spaces and narrative through hand-held camera, natural lighting and direct sound. The original music on guitar and flute represents duality, emulating the warrior and reflective spirit of Nalá.