No One to Lose Poster


On January 25, 2020, the 25-year-old girl Maria Gloria Poltronieri Borges was raped, killed and left alone at a waterfall not far from her hometown in the state of Paraná in Brazil. The film "No one to lose" is made out of a grieving process the filmmaker goes through. The two knew each other through the Afro-Brazilian martial art Capoeira. The film is a poetic and personal approach to the phenomenon of femicide, grief and the collective struggle against violence against women.


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Ingrid Fadnes

Ingrid Fadnes

Ingrid Fadnes is a feature journalist currently working for the newspaper in Norway. For several years, she has worked with various forms of documentary, both written, radio and film. In 2020, she launched her first full-length documentary "Mata", made in collaboration with the Brazilian cinematographer Fabio Nascimento. She has lived for over a decade in Latin America, mainly in Mexico and Brazil. Thematically, she works mostly with nature and the environment, consequences of the extraction and plantation industry, feminism, indigenous issues and social organization and struggle. Currently she is attending a film course run by the university OsloMet alongside her job. The film course delves into documentary film that moves within the field of art. Her latest short film "No one to lose" was made as a film on this course.