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Kuna Culture| 10mins
Director: Various Indigenous Communities | Producer: Conversations with the Earth & InsightShare
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: United Kingdom
Subject Tags: americas, culture, education, environment, indigenous rights, panama
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Members of the Kuna community of Ustupu created this film to document Kunu Culture, which is based on coordination and respect for nature. The first part is about gabir, a fermented beverage that is made differently according to the use. The second part focuses on gammy burwi (“the dance of the flutes”) and discusses the male and the female instruments: the flute and the rattle. The third part shows how a traditional knowledge specialist uses anmar igargan (traditional knowledge) and ants as a traditional medicine. Facilitated by: Diaguidili Pele’on, Yamil Olo Gonzalez and Jesứs Smith R. Jr.

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