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The Third Way To Reach Remote Tribes (Official Trailer)

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Uploaded on Dec 10, 2011

Site of the film: http://www.thethirdway-film.com
IMDb link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2072249/

Trailer for "The Third Way To Reach Remote Tribes" feature documentary

Synopsis:

Communication has become a reality of the 21st Century, even for the most isolated peoples. Remote tribes around the world struggle to adapt to the intrusions of the Western civilization, trying to find a compromise between the past and the future, traditional and modern ways of life. This film portrays tribes scattered on 5 continents: the San of the Kalahari desert, the natives of the Amazonian forest, the Inuit of the Arctic Polar Circle, the Pygmies of the Congo rain forest, the indigenous peoples of the Vanuatu archipelago and the Vietnamese Hmong. During the last 500 years, the contact with remote tribes has followed two ways, both having disastrous consequences for the indigenous peoples. The First Way had them conquered and dominated by force, while The Second Way left them abandoned, alone with the specific new problems generated by the First Way. In 1996, Sebastian Tirtirau started his journey, having something different in mind - a Third Way, meant to find balance and heal the wounds of the past. Part of the footage has been filmed over the last 16 years by Sebastian, during his expeditions. One of the tribes, the Kiai, has never been filmed before. This pilot will be followed by 12 episodes, detailing each of the locations.

Produced and directed by Attila Peli
Cinematography by Valentin Moloman, Madalin Ciobanu, Cristiana Apostol
Sound design and film editing by Florian Ardelean
Graphic and animation artist: Daniel SoaRe
Original music by Mihnea Irimia and Vlad Pasencu

Copyright Spring Media Production 2011-2012.

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