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In a tiny village in the middle of nowhere, dwells the ghost of an old woman. Her name is Senobia Cerrud. Some time ago she transformed her house into the Museum of Antiquities of All Species to exhibit a very peculiar collection of works and objects meticulously classified. For years she has been getting up early to go out to look for what others throw away, recovering what she could use to “make her ideas”, things she imagined and learned to make on her own. With them she created a world full of fantastic beings, many made from things discarded in the trash,  that now accompany her in the life she chose to live forever.

2021 | Panama | 71 mins


Ana Endara, Director

Ana Endara is a filmmaker. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from Florida State University and studied Film Direction at Cuba’s International Film and Television School (EICTV). For Your Peace Of Mind, Make Your Own Museum, a documentary directed with Pilar Moreno, is her most recent work. Her documentary The Joy of Sound (2016) premiered at the IDFA Competition for Mid-Length Documentary. Together with her previous films Curundú (2007) and Reinas (2013), Ana’s work shares different perspectives on Panamanian society, raising intriguing questions, and exploring the sense of belonging.

Pilar Moreno, Director

Pilar Moreno is a visual artist. She graduated as a psychiatrist in Madrid, and specialized in art therapy. For Your Peace of Mind, Make Your Own Museum is a film born out of her interest in art produced outside the art system. For Your Peace of Mind, Make Your Own Museum is her first documentary project and she directed the film with Ana Endara.  Previously, Pilar was a screenwriter of The Joy of Sound and producer of Reinas. Her art projects address social and political issues; currently she focuses on feminism and mental disability and develops an inclusive contemporary art project, EnUnaPapa. She has collaborated with other artists, musicians and filmmakers to create audiovisual pieces.