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NATIVe Explores The Arctic At Berlinale 2016

El abrazo de la serpiente - Embrace of the Serpent - Der Schamane und die Schlan. NATIVe 2016
The NATIVe geographical focus for the Berlinale 2016 is the Arctic. Curator Maryanne Redpath says: "Indigenous peoples' traditional knowledge of nature and their observations of dramatic changes in the environment which affect all of us are existential issues that play a key role in international Indigenous cinema. The two films in this year's NATIVe programme explore these topics and in doing so exemplify Indigenous cinema world-wide." Whether in the Amazon or Nunavut (Canadian Arctic region), ecological systems are endangered due to brutal incursions, colonization and industrialization.

During the Berlinale, a public debate, Exploring Perspectives on the Representation of Indigenous Film and Culture, will be preceded by the ZDF documentary Die Indianer kommen! Indigene Völker im Humboldt Forum (The Indians are Coming! Indigenous Peoples at the Humboldt Forum), which will address questions and positions related to working with Indigenous peoples. Participants at the event will include representatives of the Ethnological Museum / Humboldt Forum, and NATIVe as well as ZDF documentary-maker Carola Wedel.

Together with its international partners, NATIVe this year has a stand at the European Film Market, creating more visibility for the successful market-related collaboration.

NATIVe Berlinale 2016 Film programmes:
El abrazo de la serpiente (Embrace of the Serpent) – Columbia / Venezuela / Argentina 2015 by Ciro Guerra: A deeply emotional tale about the awakening of the most powerful Shaman in the Columbian Amazon from a devoid state. Past, present and future interweave as he sets out on a journey with a Western scientist to find a sacred plant that provides both physical and spiritual healing.

Qapirangijuq: Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change – Canada 2010 by Zacharias Kunuk and Ian Mauro: The icy regions of the Arctic are endangered. Inuit elders transmit their ancient wisdom and observations about the rising temperatures and their impact on daily life in intimate and compelling conversations.

Qapirangajuq- Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change


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