Africa crossed the Atlantic and spread to the four corners of Brazil. It left its mark on religion, skin color and gastronomy. Even so, the relationship between the continent and our country is not confined to the past. Over the past eight years, 16 new Brazilian embassies were opened on the continent and our interests there, only increases. Our neighbors are developing and rebuilding. Many of its countries have an accelerated growth rate, averaging 12% per year. The world opens its eyes to Africa, but it lacks information about its diversity, its people and its prospects.

Values of Guinea will gather knowledge about a part of the continent that is becoming more prominent. The documentary will feature natural beauty, typical cuisine and the Guinean culture. It will be a tool to bring Brazil closer to its new business partner. From first-person accounts, we get to know the country through the eyes of its children.