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CEFREC/CAIB
Producer: CEFREC/CAIB
2010
Color
56 minutes
Bolivia
Ibiato
English subtitles
 
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Sirionó

In the years leading to the historic 1990 March for Indigenous Land and Dignity, the Sirionó community of Ibiato resists the imposition of a Eurocentric educational system that devalues their way of life and the Ibiato language.

TWN is proud to release the work of the Bolivian indigenous media collective CEFREC/CAIB. Since 1996, CAIB (Bolivian Indigenous Peoples’ Audiovisual Council) and CEFREC (Cinematography Education and Production Center), have been at the forefront of indigenous cinema in Latin America, producing a vast catalog of documentaries, docudramas and fiction films for local indigenous communities. Although the work of CEFREC/CAIB has been featured in numerous international film festivals outside Bolivia, this unique collection has not been available for purchase outside the local Bolivian market until now.

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"A fictional account of the Sirionó community of Ibiato, just before the historic 1990 March for Land and Dignity to the nation’s capital. A revolutionary guerilla fleeing from the dictatorship’s military forces is mistakenly accepted as the teacher the community has been expecting."
- Nativenetworks.com

 
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