Yemanjá Party, Salvador and Cachoeira, Bahía, Brazil, shot on February 2013.(BEING PRODUCED)

Each 2nd of February the whole Brazil honours Yemanjá, the Orixá of that lives and rules among the sea waters. Starting with the thanksgiving to Oxúm, her sister
goddess of the Sweet Waters (the rivers), Vovó ́s fishermen family leads us to the ecstatic bay of Rio Vermelho and Cachoeira, the main spots of the believers ́congregation.
History:
This all takes place to the accompaniment of wandering troupes of drummers, street capoeira, and general merriment and abandon. As the day wears on the festa becomes more and more carnivalesque -- thousands of people pouring in -- inexorably evolving into a dancing, surging street party of gargantuan proportions.
According to The International Year and World Water Day 2013, KaboProFilms was invited to produce a Documentary film in collaboration with UNESCO and Culture Department of the City of Munich .
After traveling the last decade producing films around the planet the filmmakers HERNAN VILCHEZ and BANI SILVA found three places in the world with Sacred Waters and specific dates when the water become sacred by divine forces.
Synopsis:
The movie is a trilogy of three pilgrims families and shows their lives ,the preparation and journey to reach a sacred place for cure their ailments or simply to worship their Gods protectors .
Locations :
1.Ganges River/Haridwar,India "The Gateway to the Gods" Production filmed in February 2010.
2.Rio Vermelho/Bahia,Brazil ”The Yemanjá Day" February 2013.
3.Saut D’Eau/Mirebalais,Haiti “AVoodoo Pilgrimage to the Sacred Waterfall" July 2013.

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