A Short Film By Maria Jose Campos


March 12 to 14 2022



In person @Halo Cafe 3024 Hurontario St, Mississauga ON L5B 4M4 

In person @Paradigms in Photography 2515 Hurontario St Unit 102, Mississauga ON L5A 4C8


Sunu, an Inca boy, prepares for his journey with the gods to help his people to bring rain for the harvests but he loses his camaquen in the way. With the help of the demon Supay from the underworld, Sunu will have to undergo hard tests to reclaim his camaquen and fulfil his journey. Camaquen is the quechua term for soul, which means vital energy.

Duration: 7 minutes

Age: 3+

Country: Denmark/ Peru


Maria Jose Campos is an illustrator, teacher, animator and entrepreneur from Lima, Peru living in Aarhus, Denmark. She has an international master in Children’s Literature, Media and Culture from the University of Glasgow and an associate’s degree in Classicall Animation from Vancouver Film School. Her graduation film Little Goddess has been screened in more than 25 festivals around the world. She has won financial awards to produce animation projects such as Camaquen, her first professional short film and the pilot for her developing series Chicho and Darz.

Maria Jose Campos
Maria Jose Campos


Directed by Maria Jose Campos

Assistant Directed by Fatima Lock

Produced by Fatima Lock

Co-ordination by César Santivañez

Assistant Co-ordination by Angie Teodoro

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