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| Indigenous Studies Film and Video Collection

Third World Newsreel celebrates Native American Heritage Month with a 10%
discount on our Indigenous Studies Collection. Featuring new and classic
titles from Canada, the United States, Guatemala, Colombia, Bolivia, and
Argentina, our collection offers a great variety of documentaries and short
films about family, health, and land rights in indigenous communities in th=
e
Americas.

Purchase any of the titles in our Indigenous Studies Collection and receive
a 10% discount on your order. Offer is good until November 30, 2007. Please
mention promo code ENIS2007. To place your order, please visit our
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| Indigenous Rights in Colombia, Argentina and Guatemala

* NEW Raised by Our Own Authority* Available on DVD
In May 2006, more than 300,000 Colombians, including indigenous communities
and social justice organizations, came to the National Traveling Summit to
demand a national referendum on the Free Trade Agreement with the United
States. This documentary, produced by the Association of Indigenous Council=
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of the North of Cauca, reveals the brutal response of the Colombian state
against the indigenous reservation of La Mar=EDa and how the indigenous
communities organized themselves to fight against unfair state policies.
Mauricio Acosta & the Association of Indigenous Councils of the North of
Cauca | documentary | 26 minutes | 2006 | $175 | $157.50
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* NEW The Quilmes According to Miguel Mamani* Available on DVD
Decimated during the Spanish colonization and vilified by Argentina's
official history, the Quilmes remain alive in the ruins of their ancient
city and in the passionate voice of Miguel Mamani, a proud descendant of
this indigenous tribe. Drawing on oral tradition and the writings of Jesuit
scholars, Miguel tells the unofficial story of the Quilmes: their origins,
their way of life, their religious beliefs and their struggle to preserve
their own history and culture.
Mabel Maio | documentary | 22 minutes | 2007 | $175 | $157.50
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*Sipakapa Is Not For Sale* Available on DVD
Montana Exploradora, a subsidiary of the Canadian/American transnational
company Glamis Gold, received 45 million US dollars in financing from the
World Bank to exploit an open-pit gold mine in Sipakapa, Guatemala. In
accordance with ILO Convention 169, a Community Consultation was held in
this Maya region to establish whether the population would accept or reject
mining exploitation in its territory. The result was a resounding "NO" to
mining. *Sipakapa Is Not For Sale* analyses the debate on mining
exploitation and demonstrates the dignity of the Sipakapan People as they
fight to defend their autonomy in the face of encroaching neoliberal
megaprojects.
**Anaconda Award for Best Documentary, PRAIA, Bolivia and Ecuador, 2006
*Best Documentary, Indigenous International Film and Video Festival, CLACPI=
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Oaxaca, Mexico, 2006
**"...the larger issue is the Sipakapan battle to preserve their autonomy
from foreign commercial interests. Their fight offers a hopeful example to
other indigenous people around the world who refuse to be victims." --Plane=
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in Focus International Environmental Film & Video Festival*
Alvaro Revenga | documentary | 55 minutes | 2005 | $175 | $157.50
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*Land, Rain & Fire: Report from
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| Indigenous Music in Bolivia
[image: ElCharango]

* NEW El Charango* Available on DVD
This short documentary is about a little instrument, a large silver mine an=
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the highest city in the world. Cerro Rico in Potosi, Bolivia, was discovere=
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by Spanish conquistadors in 1545, who enslaved the local indigenous people.
It is said that 8 million people, including African slaves, died in the
mines of this mountain while providing Spain with immense wealth. The
Spanish culture spread into Potosi, and the local people became aware of
something they had never seen or heard before: a stringed instrument.
Forbidden from ever playing the Spanish guitar, the miners copied it and
created the charango. The story of the charango symbolizes the larger
struggle for human rights and a quest to keep traditional culture alive
among indigenous people.
**SilverDocs, Silver Spring, Maryland, 2006*
Jim Virga & Tula Goenka | documentary | 22 minutes | 2006 | $175 | $157.50
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| Canada

*My Father, My Teacher*
On a crisp summer day in Canada's Western Artic, Dennis Allen and his
77-year-old father, Victor, climb into a boat and head onto the water.
They're in good spirits as they prepare to carry on the Inuvialuit traditio=
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of the whale hunt. But, it hasn't always been this simple. After years of
animosity, Dennis is working to restore broken links to his culture and
community, beginning with his father. *My Father, My Teacher* is an eloquen=
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reflection on the bonds and tensions faced by all families. It is also an
extraordinary look at the handing down of a precious family legacy from a
father to his son. A National Film Board of Canada production.
Dennis Allen and Ken Malenstyn | documentary | 52 min | 2005 | $175 |
$157.50
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*The Gift of Diabetes*
After Brion Whitford was diagnosed with diabetes, he felt that Western
medicine wasn't helping with his symptoms and was reinforcing his feelings
of inadequacy, hopelessness and despair. By going back to his Native
American healing traditions, Brion regained his health, and, in the process=
,
rediscovered his cultural identity. This moving documentary explores how
cultural identity shapes and reshapes us, and how we can redefine medicine
by taking control of our own healing process. A National Film Board of
Canada production.
Brian Whitford | documentary | 58 min | 2005 | $225 | $202.50
view in catalog<http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=3D001HY_WjQDPGCd7n1ZxYJVFTpLrUYXiw=
uNBodsO2ILcFOBlQXoEQjnW_9bZTl2CYkxHXjhteRV5MqU5LoR3MlXtud0T08lQfP-7VtdQ10iK=
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| United States
[image: CoupleInTheCage]

*The Couple in the Cage*
Over the last five hundred years, non-western human beings have been
exhibited in the taverns, theaters, gardens, museums, zoos, circuses and
world's fairs of Europe, and the circuses and freakshows of the United
States. In commemoration of this practice, videomaker Coco Fusco and
performance artist Guillermo Gomez-Pena lived in a gilded cage in Columbus
Plaza in Madrid for three days in May 1992. Presenting themselves as
aboriginal inhabitants of an island in the Gulf of Mexico that was
overlooked by Columbus, the video documents 'authentic' and 'traditional'
tasks, including writing on a laptop computer, television, sewing voodoo
dolls and working out.
Coco Fusco and Paula Heredia | documentary | 30 min | 1993 | $200 | $180
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wPtbbmbzHKlaQitS5v15ArKufVgClhn662apwKKEmpM2KLKj3zJ4tJgyrkXyIZ2HeBKDwLNIkA1=
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*Tenacity*
The story of two Indian boys who encounter the violence of the adult world
in a roadside hit-and-run accident. Filmed in Onondaga Territory in upstate
New York, this award winning short is about friendship and loss.
*Sundance Film Festival, 1995
Chris Eyre | short fiction | 10 min | 1995 | $175 | $157.50
view in catalog<http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=3D001HY_WjQDPGCcN7gLdUgYnqGBcF3dxy=
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*Diabetes: Notes From Indian Country*
According to the U.S. Public Health/Indian Health Service, 40% of all
persons, 40 years and older, residing on American Indian reservations are
diabetic. Filmmaker Beverly Singer visits the Winnebago Indian Reservation
in Nebraska, the Rosebud Sioux Tribe and the Porcupine Lakota community in
South Dakota, to present community solutions to this health crisis. It also
features Lorelei DeCora, a Winnebago public health nurse presenting a
convincing argument for a culturally-based approach to the treatment and
prevention of diabetes among Native Americans.
Beverly Singer | documentary | 23 min | 2000 | $175 | $157.50
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DFZ5y80-5GIjFpG6igrs90Uz9VlgSRZqpCaNwyY7zSums_5hS4kq1tM2FjRislfo-2Uy2VmVj-K=
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*He Wo Un Poh: Recovery In Native America*
This documentary is a critical look at the effects of alcoholism on Native
American communities. Beverly Singer, a member of the Santa Clara Tewa
Pueblo, introduces us to the experiences of seven Native Americans on the
road to recovery from alcohol abuse. Along the way, she reveals her own
first-hand experience with alcoholism. This innovative video takes an
intimate approach to a widespread problem that is often misunderstood.
Beverly Singer | documentary | 54 min | 1994 | $225 | $202.50
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*Two Spirits: Native American Lesbians And Gays*
This documentary explores the Native American belief of 'Two Spirits', a
combination of the ability to love another of the same gender, to encompass
'masculine' and 'feminine' attributes within the same person and to be many
things at once. This video includes interviews with Native Americans from
throughout the Americas and works to redefine difference and the
complexities of sexuality and culture.
T. Osa Hidalgo-De la Riva and Deep Dish TV | documentary | 28 min | 1994 |
$225 | $202.50
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ujsMqIbAeDy7MQaCGsWP9qyTWlgGR7_BT1fNy0ghP0DLOEPM8WpejilC3UfJvx0LJ42E6N9QF9y=
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*Plastic Warriors*
Native New Yorkers give their emotional responses to terms like "squaw" and
"redskin" in this thought-provoking documentary about Native American
stereotypes in American culture.
Amy Tall Chief | documentary | 26 min | 2004 | $175 | $157.50
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*Ruins*
This experimental documentary suggests how diplomacy and Pan-Americanism
recast ancient Maya and Aztect objects as art. Part faked newsreel, part
travelogue, part drug-induced hippie rant and part home movie,
*Ruins*features Brigido Lara, a master forger whose latter-day
'Pre-Colombian'
objects were exhibited in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
Jesse Lerner | documentary | 78 min | 1999 | $225 | $202.50
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| The Work of Randy Redroad

*Cowtipping: The Militant Indian Waiter*
In this original short drama, a Cherokee cafe waiter faces customers who
insist on sharing their ignorance about American Indians--or are they Nativ=
e
Americans? His efforts to educate others often end in frustration, and a
lousy tip. Based on his own experiences encountering skewed perceptions and
depictions of his people, Redroad's story blends humor and rage and
information. Clips from movie westerns help make his point.
Randy Redroad |short fiction | 17 min | 1992 | $175 | $157.50
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*Haircuts Hurt*
A Native American woman and her young son encounter everyday racism when
they visit a local barbershop. The situation leads her to reflect on her ow=
n
childhood and reconsider her son's first haircut. Director Redroad's short
drama speaks to issues of acculturation and identity formation.
Randy Redroad | short fiction | 10 min | 1992 | $125 | $112.50
view in catalog<http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=3D001HY_WjQDPGCdHddOWK6J1Dz4ZscNbH=
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*High Horse*
A provocative narrative on the concept of "home" for Native Americans. The
film opens in what the filmmaker calls "the artificial world of the
colonizers" - a modern American city. From a cop to a young bike messenger,
dislocated Native people search for and sometimes find their figurative and
literal homes. They reclaim what has been stolen from the past in different
journeys of love, loss and identity. *High Horse* is a freedom myth that
rides to the rhythm of a naturally conceived justice.
*Sundance Film Festival, 1995
Randy Redroad | fiction | 40 min | 1995 | $200 | $180
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anoGkAzzwpjGcqxibI8ludO4xYMffbszRYV0l3AZsJRpwlS8G9WZbjI9EIXaVP0ARhs5yKEuPXA=
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In May 2006, more than 300,000 Colombians,
including indigenous communities and social
justice organizations, came to the
National Traveling Summit to demand a
national referendum on the Free Trade
Agreement with the United States.
This documentary, produced by the Association
of Indigenous Councils of the North of Cauca,
reveals the brutal response of the Colombian
state against the indigenous reservation of
La Mar=EDa and how the indigenous
communities organized themselves to fight against
unfair state policies.<br>
Mauricio Acosta &amp; the Association of
Indigenous Councils of the North of Cauca |
documentary | 26 minutes | 2006 | <s>$175</s>
| <font color=3D"#990000">$157.50</font><br>
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NEW The Quilmes According to Miguel
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Decimated during the Spanish colonization and
vilified by Argentina&#39;s official history, the
Quilmes remain alive in the ruins of their
ancient city and in the passionate voice of
Miguel Mamani, a proud descendant of this
indigenous tribe. Drawing on oral tradition
and the writings of Jesuit scholars, Miguel
tells the unofficial story of the Quilmes:
their origins, their way of life, their
religious beliefs and their struggle to
preserve their own history and culture.<br>
Mabel Maio |
documentary | 22 minutes | 2007 | <s>$175</s>
| <font color=3D"#990000">$157.50</font><br>
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<b>Sipakapa Is Not For Sale</b> Available on
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Montana Exploradora, a subsidiary of the
Canadian/American transnational company Glamis
Gold, received 45 million US dollars in
financing from the World Bank to exploit an
open-pit gold mine in Sipakapa, Guatemala. In
accordance with ILO Convention 169, a
Community Consultation was held in this Maya
region
to establish whether the population would
accept or reject mining exploitation in its
territory. The result was a resounding &quot;NO&quot;
to mining. <i>Sipakapa Is Not For Sale</i>
analyses
the debate on mining exploitation and
demonstrates the dignity of the Sipakapan
People as they fight to defend their autonomy
in the face of encroaching neoliberal
megaprojects.<br>
<i>*Anaconda Award for Best Documentary, PRAIA,
Bolivia and Ecuador, 2006<br>
*Best Documentary, Indigenous International
Film and Video Festival, CLACPI, Oaxaca,
Mexico, 2006<br>
**&quot;...the larger issue is the Sipakapan
battle to preserve their autonomy from
foreign commercial interests. Their fight
offers a hopeful example to other indigenous
people around the world who refuse to be
victims.&quot; --Planet in Focus International
Environmental Film &amp; Video Festival</i><br>
Alvaro Revenga |
documentary | 55 minutes | 2005 | <s>$175</s>
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This short documentary is about a little
instrument, a large silver mine and the
highest city in the world. Cerro Rico in
Potosi, Bolivia, was discovered by Spanish
conquistadors in 1545, who enslaved the local
indigenous people. It is said that 8 million
people, including African slaves, died in the
mines of this mountain while providing Spain
with immense wealth. The Spanish culture
spread into Potosi, and the local people
became aware of something they had never seen
or heard before: a stringed instrument.
Forbidden from ever playing the Spanish
guitar, the miners copied it and created the
charango. The story of the charango
symbolizes the larger struggle for human
rights and a quest to keep traditional
culture alive among indigenous people.<br>
<i>*SilverDocs, Silver Spring, Maryland,
2006</i><br>
Jim Virga &amp; Tula Goenka |
documentary | 22 minutes | 2006 | <s>$175</s>
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<b>My Father, My Teacher</b><br>
On a crisp summer day in Canada&#39;s Western Artic,
Dennis Allen and his 77-year-old father, Victor,
climb into a boat and head onto the water.
They&#39;re
in good spirits as they prepare to carry on the
Inuvialuit tradition of the whale hunt. But, it
hasn&#39;t always been this simple. After years of
animosity, Dennis is working to restore
broken links
to his culture and community, beginning with his
father. <i>My Father, My Teacher</i> is an
eloquent
reflection on the bonds and tensions faced by all
families. It is also an extraordinary look at the
handing down of a precious family legacy from a
father to his son. A National Film Board of
Canada
production. <br>
Dennis Allen and Ken Malenstyn | documentary | 52
min | 2005 | <s>$175</s>
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going back
to his Native American healing traditions, Brion
regained his health, and, in the process,
rediscovered his cultural identity. This moving
documentary explores how cultural identity shapes
and reshapes us, and how we can redefine
medicine by
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Brian Whitford | documentary | 58 min | 2005
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Over the last five hundred years, non-western
human
beings have been exhibited in the taverns,
theaters,
gardens, museums, zoos, circuses and world&#39;s
fairs
of Europe, and the circuses and freakshows of the
United States. In commemoration of this practice,
videomaker Coco Fusco and performance artist
Guillermo Gomez-Pena lived in a gilded cage in
Columbus Plaza in Madrid for three days in
May 1992.
Presenting themselves as aboriginal
inhabitants of
an island in the Gulf of Mexico that was
overlooked
by Columbus, the video documents &#39;authentic&#39; and
&#39;traditional&#39; tasks, including writing on a
laptop
computer, television, sewing voodoo dolls and
working out.<br>
Coco Fusco and Paula Heredia | documentary |
30 min
| 1993 | <s>$200</s>
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The story of two Indian boys who encounter
the violence of the adult world in a roadside
hit-and-run accident. Filmed in Onondaga
Territory in upstate New York, this award
winning short is about friendship and loss.<br>
*Sundance Film Festival, 1995<br>
Chris Eyre | short fiction | 10 min | 1995 |
<s>$175</s>
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<b>Diabetes: Notes From Indian Country</b><br>
According to the U.S. Public Health/Indian Health
Service, 40% of all persons, 40 years
and older, residing on American Indian
reservations
are diabetic. Filmmaker Beverly Singer
visits the
Winnebago
Indian Reservation in Nebraska, the Rosebud Sioux
Tribe and the Porcupine Lakota community in South
Dakota, to present community solutions to this
health crisis. It also features Lorelei
DeCora, a
Winnebago public health nurse presenting a
convincing argument for a culturally-based
approach to the treatment and prevention of
diabetes
among Native Americans.<br>
Beverly Singer | documentary | 23 min | 2000
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<b>He Wo Un Poh: Recovery In Native
America</b><br>
This documentary is a critical look at the
effects
of alcoholism on
Native American communities. Beverly Singer, a
member of
the Santa Clara Tewa Pueblo, introduces us to the
experiences of seven Native Americans on the
road to
recovery from alcohol abuse. Along the way, she
reveals her own first-hand experience with
alcoholism. This innovative video takes an
intimate
approach to a widespread problem that is often
misunderstood. <br>
Beverly Singer | documentary | 54 min | 1994
| <s>$225</s>
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This documentary explores the Native American
belief of
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ability to love another of the same gender, to
encompass &#39;masculine&#39; and &#39;feminine&#39; attributes
within the same person and to be many things at
once. This video includes interviews
with Native Americans from throughout the
Americas
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complexities of sexuality and culture. <br>
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Native New Yorkers give their emotional
responses to
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thought-provoking documentary about Native
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ancient Maya and Aztect objects as art. Part
faked
newsreel,
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rant and
part home movie, <i>Ruins</i> features
Brigido Lara, a
master forger whose latter-day &#39;Pre-Colombian&#39;
objects were exhibited in the Metropolitan
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Jesse Lerner | documentary | 78 min | 1999 |
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A provocative narrative on the concept of
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world of the colonizers&quot; - a modern American
city. From a cop to a young bike messenger,
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homes. They reclaim what has been stolen from
the past in different journeys of love, loss
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