Shot over a three-year period in five countries in the Far East, Navras is a visually stunning philosophical travelogue that explores ideas about cultural contact and exchange. Caught up in a seamless flow of images, hypnotized by the film’s narration, the viewer sinks into thoughts about globalization, Orientalization, fetishization and appreciation as processes of cultural consumption. In Navras, director Marco Huertas tries to make the distinction between "the tourist" and "the traveler" as different ways of positioning oneself in relation to "the local". Huertas' experimental short documentary has already been screened in over 70 festivals and has won over a dozen awards, including 7 awards for best documentary/short as well as awards for cinematography, editing and music.