From the same director and editor who created the Go Cuba video, we have another stylistic exploration into the life, culture, and heritage of Tequila. Watch the beautiful journey that proves Tequila is more than just a drink.
Follow director and editor, Joshua Morin, on his Vimeo page for more great videos!
A stunning cinematic experience directed by Georgina Barreiro, Icaros introduces the culture and ideologies of the Shipibo people, a Peruvian community unknown to most. Buy or rent the film here on Vimeo.
"Icaros explores the profound spiritual universe of the Shipibo indigenous people who live by the Ucayali river, one of the main tributaries of the Peruvian Amazon.
Young Mokan Rono sets out on a fascinating journey to discover the ancestral knowledge of ayahuasca, mentored by a wise shaman and by his mother Wasanyaca, a master healer."
Berta Cáceres was an environmental activist fighting for the rights of the indigenous Lenca people of Honduras. After continuously speaking out, and protesting against Desarrollos Energéticos S.A., an energy company working to build a dam on the indigenous populations territory, Cáceres was brutally gunned down in her own home. This piece highlights her efforts of opposition and the work of the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH).
Having grown up in a predominantly black neighborhood as one of the only Mexican families, Atlanta rapper, Kap G, travels to Mexico City to explore his Mexican identity and cultural roots.
You can check out his website and YouTube for music updates and links to his latest album, El Southside.
Citizens of Central and South America are fighting for same-sex unions and marriages. While same-sex marriage is currently legal in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay, and six out of twelve countries in South America recognize some form of same-sex union, LGBT communities still face harsh persecution and discrimination.