Awa Brak

AWA BRAK (Brackish Water) tells the story of a young woman, Glenda, who lives in a wooden house on the beach. She survives on fish, water and memories. Her search for herself is an intricate game of coping with the past and luring the infinite future.

Awa Brak (2012)

Region:

Aruba

Language:

Dutch with English subtitles

Rating:

PG-13

Director(s):

Juan Francisco Pardo, Ryan Oduber


Juan Francisco Pardo, Ryan Oduber

Juan Francisco Pardo’s short film 10 Ave Maria won the jury prize for best short film at the ttff/11. This year his second short film, Awa Brak, won the Aruba Flavor audience award for best short film at the Aruba International Film Festival.

 

Aruba-born contemporary artist Ryan Oduber started his career in 2000. His directorial debut, 10 Ave Maria, earned him the award for best short film at the ttff/11. This year Oduber has worked on two short film projects: Kima Momo and Awa Brak.

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