4. ANOHNI and her women
All eyes were laying on her, as she was presenting her new identity live as well as performing the songs of her most recent album, Hopelessness, for the first time; and, what can we say? We felt delighted, bewitched, intrigued and moved by what happened on the stage. Her spectral silhouette emanated a delicate voice that was visually accompanied by the screenings of her friends and collaborators, like Naomi Campbell and Kembra Pfahler. Besides being one of the most sensitive and aesthetically enriching experiences in the festival, the show was a raw political statement on cruel issues such as abuse of power, ecocide of Mother Earth, women's oppression, or death penalty, amongst others.