Shuar: Sendero De Vida (2015)
NOT RATED · 1h 30min · Documentary · 31 August 2015
Shuar Indigenous Communities are the oldest, largest in the Amazon jungle. The Ecuadorian Amazon holds thousands of Shuar communities. Luis Kuash, guide & Federation Shuar President, takes fogata films to these communities. His vision to save his people from extinction through 'Sendero de Vida' a cultural development juxtaposition with controlled Indigenous tourism to keep petroleum companies out of Shuar lands. We show the history of the ancient Shuar, jump to the development of these once isolated regions showing the incredible changes which have occurred in the last 15 years. The construction of roads, cutting of forests, search for identity in this modern world are all segments defining this transformed culture once living completely independent from the 'modern world'.
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