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Title The last tribes of Europe. [Part 4], The Evenki / a film by Kristian Kähler ; a Berlin Producers production
Published London, England : TVF International, 2012


Description 1 online resource (52 min.)
Summary The Last Tribes of Europe reveals the customs and languages of the Aromanians in Macedonia, the Carpathian Hutsuls, the Kashubians in Northern Poland and the Siberian Chukchi. This is a voyage of discovery into unfamiliar and colourful cultures wholly removed from the rest of modern Europe. The film boasts unprecedented access to hidden locales, fascinating cultures and people struggling to hold onto a traditional way of life. For the first time ever, audiences will be immersed in the everyday life of the Aromanians, Hutsuls, the Kashubians and the Chukchi, and gain understanding and insight into the shared memory that makes up the customs and tradition of a people. Many of these tribes are facing a real threat: the threat the ever rapidly developing and modern Europe poses to their way of life. The Last Tribes of Europe takes a closer look at how, within the ever globalizing 'big society' of Europe, smaller societies have to fight for survival
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed November 12, 2018)
In Tungusic and English with English subtitles
Subject Evenki (Asian people) -- Social life and customs
Evenki (Asian people) -- Social life and customs.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Documentary films.
Form Streaming video
Author Kähler, Kristian, director
TVF International (Firm), distributor.
Berlin Producers, production company
Other Titles Chukchi