"Cultural Diversity and Indigenous Peoples" aims to show the ways in which indigenous cultures find expression. It conveys the power of new indigenous voices through the media of essays, literature, poetry, photography, cinema, painting and songs. It also includes feature film extracts portraying aspects of contemporary life in indigenous communities. This material cannot be posted online in full. It is available for consultation in our Reading Room or, when indicated, via Video on Demand (VOD)
All original languages, some of which are spoken by as few as 30 persons, are also included in the CD-ROM
Shown here-above: L'esprit de l'Ayahuasca, de Jean-Claude Cheyssial, which tells a story taken place at the heart of the Amazonian forest
This material cannot be posted online in full. It is available for consultation in our Reading Room or, when indicated, via Video on Demand (VOD)
Extract: 3 min.
Credits: UNESCO, producer. CNRS, co-producer ; MNHN, co-producer ; EHESS, co-producer ; Museum of Athropology, co-producer ; Australia, co-producer.
Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 151296
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