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LOCARNO 2019 | Régis Myrupu wins the Leopard for Best Actor for The Fever and gets the FIPRESCI Award

            The Fever, by Maya Da-Rin, won the Best Actor Award for Regis Myrupu at the 72nd Locarno Film Festival.

THE FEVER was also awarded by the Independent Juries with the FIPRESCI Award (International Federation of Film Societies) and the Special prize environment and quality of life of the Junior Jury.



The film will now have its North American premiere at the Toronto Film Festival in September.


The Fever is produced by the Brazilians Tamanduá Vermelho and Enquadramento Produção, in co-production with Still Moving (France) and Komplizen Film (Germany).

Still Moving is also responsible for international sales.



Justino, a 45-year-old member of the indigenous Desana people, is a security guard at the Manaus harbor.

As his daughter prepares to study medicine in Brasilia, Justino comes down with a mysterious fever.



Regis Myrupu was born in Pari-Cachoeira, an indigenous community of people belonging to twenty-three different ethnic groups in the northwestern Amazon, near Brazil’s border with Colombia. He is a member of the Desana people, which is part of the Upper Rio Negro intercultural system. His name, Myrupu, means “the blowing wind.” Like his grandfather and father before him, he learned the Desana culture and became a spiritual leader (shaman). In 1995, when he was 15 years old, he and his family moved to the town of Barcelos, and in 2002, he settled at the São João do Tupé community near Manaus, the largest city in the Brazilian Amazon. Since 2014, he coordinates the Herisãrã Cultural Forest project where, based on his ancestral knowledge, he works to create sustainable exchanges between responsible tourism and indigenous culture. “The Fever” is his first film.



Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1979, Maya Da-Rin is a filmmaker and visual artist. She received her bachelor’s degree from Le Fresnoy – Studio National des Arts Contemporains in France, holds a master’s degree in Cinema and Art History from Sorbonne Nouvelle, and has participated in film workshops at the Cuban School of Cinema. Her work has been shown in film festivals and art institutions throughout the world, including Locarno, DokLeipzig, MoMA and the Vilnius Contemporary Arte Centre. Her 2010 documentary “Terras” (Lands) was shown at over forty film festivals, and her first full-length feature project, “A Febre” (The Fever) was selected for residency at the Cannes Festival (Cinéfondation) and for the laboratories La Fabrique des Cinémas du Monde and TorinoFilmLab, among others.

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