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Indigenas Digitais| 25mins
Director: Sebastian Gerlic | Producer: Thydewa
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: Brazil
Subject Tags: brazil, gender, globalization, race
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
The documentary shows how many different Brazilian indigenous tribes use information communication technologies to promote better days for their communities. Indigenous people use the Internet and cell phones to empower their human rights struggle. The film was shoot on three different indigenous communities: Pataxo Hahahae, Tupinambá and Pankararé, in January 2010. The indigenous people speaks to us about their reality, their resistance and their hope to recover their traditional territories.

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