Naomi Ducuara Bucurú, is an indigenous woman in southern Tolima, displaced by the armed conflict in Colombia. Like her, dozens of indigenous men and women victims of violence come to big cities to establish in suburbian areas, until they become invisible. This is how the Cutumay Rio de Oro community is born in the Martinica village of Ibagué, formed by others displaced indigenous who fight for a place in the city where they can recreate their customs and practices permanently so the territory that they brought once on their backs never disappear again.
Yamyle Ramírez: director and producer of documentary and fiction. Among his works include documentaries With Our Territory on our Backs (2016), On the Riverbed of the Mohan (2013) and the General Director for Regional Miniseries Güipas and Guámbitos, and Dulima Territory for the channel Signal Colombia, Ima (2011), Segregating Dreams (2008). Other documentaries like: Rosalía, la reina del desierto, 22 de agosto, Voces del Ruíz, Falan: túneles y oro.