HD Filhos da Lua - Official Trailer (English subtitles)

Filhos da Lua - Official Trailer (English subtitles)
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This independent documentary recounts the struggle led by the Yanomami People in Brazilian Amazon to maintain their culture in a socio-political context which is increasingly complex, where indigenous people are rarely consulted. Between globalization, looting of natural resources and disrespect of their ancestral lands, the Yanomami face difficulties to make their voice heard. Based on rare testimonials, the Yanomami share their vision of the world and reveal their cultural richness and spiritual world to raise awareness in the surrounding societies on this unheralded reality. Thus, the Yanomami alert to the importance of the differentiated native school, the preservation of their culture and the respect for Mother Earth.Runtime: 25 minSpoken languages: Portuguese, FrenchA documentary by: Mauro Almeida Cabral & Fränk Munowith: Otávio Yanomami, Maciel Yanomami, Silvio Cavuscens & Mauro Almeida CabralEditors: Mauro Almeida Cabral & Fränk MunoSound editing: Studio Chocolat-NoisetteEnglish subtitles: Roberto Palumbo & John DahlgrenInterviews (footage & sound recording): Mauro Almeida CabralEveryday life & ceremonies (footage): Francisca Espinosa Cortés, Marcos Wesley Oliveira & Guilherme GnipperDeforestation (footage): Patrick RouxelAmazon — Aerial footage: filmenor.com.brDrone Pilot: Leandro MichelinGimbal Camera: Ricardo Garcia MarquesMusic: Reahu He à – Cantos da Festa Yanomami (Hutukara)Music (Trailer): Huma-Huma — EurekaColor Grading: Lynn RaePost Production Facilities: Raoul Nadalet (Espera Productions)Supported by:Festival du film brésilien au LuxembourgASTMCITIMTerre des Hommes SuisseAntevita Films – Raoul Nadalet & Marie-Anne TheriezIf you want to support the Yanomami people, you can do so by buying the documentary on DVD. The raised money will entirely flow into a project defined by and with the Yanomami people. Further information: |