The creators of the short documentary, which was invited to the prestigious Open Doors section of the Locarno Festival, are the Polish-Peruvian duo of Piotr Turlej and Ximena Malaga Sabogal.

Locarno Film Festival is one of the oldest film festivals in the world, alongside Cannes, Venice, and Karlovy Vary. Every year, it is attended by celebrities, industry representatives, and journalists from all over the world. It's one of the most important events on the festival map of the world. This year's edition will be held from 2 to 12 August.

The protagonist of the film is the radio presenter Chaska (“Star” in Quechua). Her folk stories reach hundreds of homes on the Altiplano plateau in Peru. Chaska is also a mum of three children and the daughter of an alpaca shepherdess. Her life consists of constant attempts to reconcile family matters with work and dreams, continuous travels between the mountain pastures and the city. Rimana Wasi is an intimate portrait of Chaska and her daily life. The film is also a kind of tribute to radio, which is still very popular, even in the farthest corners of the world.

A list of all films qualified for the Open Doors section can be found here.