YANOMAMÖ SHORTS: DOCUMENTING CULTURE AND PRESERVING HISTORY THROUGH FILMMAKING

Shot on 16mm film in the 1970s, the groundbreaking Yanomamö films by ethnographic filmmaker Tim Asch and anthropologist Napoleon Chagnon promoted film as a means of observation and educational inquiry. Join Documentary Educational Resources for a special viewing of some of the recently restored films and learn about DER’s efforts to preserve the history of the Amazonian indigenous community.

Moderated by Filmmaker Ilisa Barbash and Frank Aveni, Director of Media and Design at DER.

Hosted by Salem Access Television, 285 Derby Street in Salem. Saturday March 30th, 12 pm to 1 pm.

FREE ADMISSION

Dates & Times
Salem Access Television

Sat Mar 30
12:00 pm