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Cultural diversity

Ochre and Water. ©UNESCO 2006
Ochre and Water

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Language: English

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A journey over 7 years into the memory and landscape of the nomadic Himba people of the arid Northern Namibia

This film is part of the ICT4ID* DVDThe Living Kowledge Archives: the Fountain of Stories (consult it here)

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*ICT4ID is a UNESCO project that encourages the use of information and communication technologies for intercultural dialogue and to contribute to the development of communication capacities of indigenous people.

Place/region Namibia, Africa
Type: Docufiction
Extract: 5 min. Total length:
Authors and personalities: Craig Matthew, director ; Joëlle Chesselet, director.
Production: National Film and Video Foundation, producer ; South Africa. Dept of Art and Culture, producer ; UNESCO Communication and Information Sector, producer. University of Cologne, Acacia Project, sponsor.
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