Heiress of the Wind

Doubt, disillusionment and a changing Nicaragua

Heiress of the Wind Gloria’s parents are revolutionary Sandinistas, fighting to liberate Nicaragua from decades under dictatorship. In 1979, they are finally successful, plunging the nation into civil war. Living life on the front line, the greater good forever takes centre stage. But what about young Gloria? Now an adult, Gloria recalls the past with painful clarity. Her reflections pave the way for searing debates regarding torture, tragedy and the importance of parental love.


“Without knowing, I gave my childhood to the revolution… I carry the revolution wherever I go. It’s my mark, my scar. But it doesn’t hurt like it used to.”

Festivals
LaurelIDFA - Official Selection
LaurelCentral American International Film Festival - Best Central American Documentary
LaurelCentral American Film Festival - Audience Award for Best Documentary
LaurelNew York Latino Film Festival - Official Selection

The Producers


Director - Gloria Carrión Fonseca

Gloria has directed and produced several fiction and documentary short-films, which have shown at national and international film festivals. She has an MA in Documentary Filmmaking from Universidad del Cine, Buenos Aires, and a Diploma from Tisch School of the Arts. Heiress of the Wind is her first feature film, which was supported by IDFA, Tribeca, Cinergia, and others. In 2016, she founded Caja de Luz production company. Currently, she is developing Pantasma, her second feature film.

This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. For more info see our Cookies Policy