Indigenous Cultures

Beautiful Tree, Severed Roots

Filmmaker Kenny Mann documents her parent's extraordinary lives and achievements in Africa as Jewish refugee immigrants to Kenya during World...

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Bury the Hatchet

BURY THE HATCHET features three Mardi Gras Indian Chiefs in a dynamic and intimate portrait of the unique, endangered and often hidden New Orleans...

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Coming to Light: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indians

A self-taught and very successful society photographer in early 20th Century Seattle, Edward S. Curtis dedicated most of his life and career...

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Dances of Ecstasy

DANCES OF ECSTASY is a sensory journey into the mesmerizing world of trance and ecstasy that binds dancers from Manhattan to Morocco. Filmmakers...

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The movements, migration and liberation of peoples through art and culture, using the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean as starting point. ...

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Footsteps in Africa: A Nomadic Journey

Director Kathi von Koerber has created a visual love letter to the nomadic Tuareg people's way of life. Following a community in perpetual motion,...

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From Shtetl to Swing

Between 1880 and 1924, 2.5 million Jews fled persecution in Russia and Eastern Europe, kissed the shtetl goodbye and migrated to America. Turning...

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Robinson Crusader

Keith Robinson is in the fight of his life. It is a fight on two fronts. The first is a battle to protect the privacy of his remote Hawaiian...

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Where the Sun Rises

Xanana Gusmao of East Timor is a living legend of our time – warrior, poet, peace visionary. The leader of one of the world’s newest...

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Wrestling Alligators

Alligator wrestler, hunter, warrior, poet, leader of an empire. James E. Billie is the father of Indian gaming. And you've never heard of him...

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