First Contact Lost Tribe of The Amazon part two
First Contact - Lost Tribe of The Amazon
Ethiopia Mursi tribe
The Mursi (or Murzu) are a nomadic cattle herder ethnic group located in the Debub Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region in Ethiopia, close to the Sudanese border. The estimated population of the Mursi is 6-10,000
Surrounded by mountains between the Omo River and its tributary the Mago, the home of the Mursi is one of the most isolated regions of the country. Their neighbors include the Aari, the Banna, the Bodi, the Kara, the Kwegu, the Me'en the Nyangatom and the Suri. They are grouped together with the Me'en and Suri by the Ethiopian government under the name Surma.
Papua New Guinea s Hidden Nun, from Women of th...
Not quite sure the story here, but it's interesting to see the strange effects Western intrusion often has on more isolated cultures.
Filmed in 1963, from the Italian documentary "La Donna Nel Mundo." Narrated in English by Peter Ustinov, its aim is to explore how different life is for women in the many cultures of the world.
Watch the whole movie: bit.ly/WomenOfWorld
Andaman police start probe into Jarawa video Re...
In a bizarre twist to the case relating to the video of Jarawa tribe women in Andaman and Nicobar islands, the police have registered a case against unknown people for shooting and uploading the video.
Andaman police start probe into Jarawa video [Reporter HD]
Tribes of Andaman
Indischer Film zu allen indigenen Völkern auf den Andamen and Nicobar Islands. Teilweise sehr rare Aufnahmen.
Children of the Forest India
by: Journeyman Pictures
The Chenchus are one of the last remaining tribes in India. They live a hand-to-mouth existence in the forest but attempts to integrate them in society have failed.
For centuries, the Chenchus have survived as hunter-gathers. They have no food preservation techniques and no interest in material wealth. But the Chenchus' traditional forest homeland has recently been declared a tiger sanctuary. Attempts to turn the Chenchus into farmers failed. They refuse to leave their forest and are struggling to adapt to new lifestyles.
Uncontacted Amazon Tribe First ever aerial foot...
www.uncontactedtribes.org - For the first time, extraordinary aerial footage of one of the world's last uncontacted tribes has been released. Survival's new film, narrated by Gillian Anderson, has launched our campaign to help protect the earth's most vulnerable peoples.
Find out more: www.uncontactedtribes.org
female genital mutilation video 0001
The Tribe That Hides From Man 1970
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The Kreen-Akrore are a forest Indian tribe living in the Amazon basin of Brazil who successfully managed to evade the cameras and crew accompanying the Villas Boas brothers during their attempt to make first contact with these hostile and entirely unknown people. The search for the Kreen-Akrore lends itself to a documentary style which uses the conventions of narrative cinema, unfolding the events chronologically, while building up the tension and suspense of the search: for example subjective' shots are utilised to give the impression of what it is like to be watched, by unseen eyes in a hostile jungle. Some of the scenes are clearly staged, thus helping to reconstruct the events and tensions of the search
Ecuador Life at its Purest!! in English
Video about Ecuador, a fantastic place on Earth.
Right on the Equator line, latitud 0deg 0' 0".
Visit Quito, Guayaquil, Cuenca, Galapagos Islands.
Get to know the warmth of its people in a great journey you'll never forget.
Quito, first cultural patrimony of humankind by UNESCO.
Cuenca is also cultural patrimony of humankind.
Galapagos is natural patrimony of humankind.
Quitenos call themselves "chullas" which means "resident spirit" or "inhabitant of this land" in the ancient quitu (tsafiqui) language.
The Valdivia culture is the oldest civilization in America. We are proud descendents of that culture.
Only in Ecuador one says "me voy a volver" because one always comes back.
The most accesible part of the Amazon rain forest is in Ecuador!
Panama hats are originally from Ecuador. They are handcrafted in Ecuador. They were brought to Panama in one of the journeys of Eloy Alfaro to that country where they fell in love with them.
Native Ecuadorians speak Kichwa or Runa Shimi, which means the language of the human beings.
Quito is considered "luz de America" because it was its people who first spoke up and died for independece in 1809.
August 10, 1809, Ecuadorian Independence Day. The day it all began for this Republic.