The World has many Stories to tell
Shall I tell you one ?
Born in soil to blossom in the water.
Between continents to travel forever.
Create stories showcasing the other.
Because the other is important too.
The other is also us too.
We should know the unknown other, besides us.
Let new voices be heard.
New perspectives be seen.
Create stories anew.
Always new stories.
Born in Lisbon and moves to Goa in 1998. Tries a career as an importer of Portuguese goods and inaugurated the first store dealing exclusively with Portuguese imports – christened “A Nau” – but soon realizes that this is not where she wants to be in life. Life has to be more than food.
So, she opens an NGO by the name of “Communicare Trust” because, if nothing else, she believes in the unifying force of language. As the main driving force in this Trust, she conceptualized several innovative projects, amongst them a television quiz involving different languages, conceptualization and design of theaters in orphanages to popularize languages (other than local Indian languages) and stop motion movies using waste.
Every project is an opportunity to reflect my passion for what I do, infused with life, emotion and creativity. Always an artist at heart, I will still treat it as if it would be my next masterpiece.”
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Great Lakes State Film Festival, USA
Chambal International Film Festival, Rajasthan, India 2020
History Film Festival, Croatia
Jakarta International Humanitarian & Culture awards, Indonesia
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We are, as a species, addicted to story. Even when the body goes to sleep, the mind stays up all niht, telling itself stories.
– Jonathan Gottschall