Daughterhood is an audiovisual diary of Karine’s return from Dublin to her parents' farm in Brazil to help her elder father recover from a femur fracture.

Director Bio

Karine was born in Brazil to an Italian family. She is fluent in Portuguese, Italian and English. In 2008, after living in Italy, Portugal and India, she moved to Dublin where she further invested in her career as a social scientist. She was a PhD research scholar at Dublin City University and her thesis was on socialization, consumption and group formation among Brazilian immigrants in Dublin. Since 2015 she has been dedicating herself to acting, writing and filmmaking.


  • Directed by:Karine Dalsin
  • Written by:Karine Dalsin
  • Produced by:Karine Dalsin
  • Runtime:13 mins
  • Completion Date:June 1, 2019
  • Country of Origin:Brazil
  • Country of Filming:Brazil
  • Category:Non-Fiction
  • Selection:Programme 20
  • Screening Time / Venue:Sat AUG 15
    10AM - 10PM ONLINE
  • Links: Website

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