1. Em 2005, 17 índios Wauja do Alto Xingu apresentaram um espetáculo inédito no Festival da Radio France, baseado em sequências rituais estruturadas por músicas de flautas, coros, solos e danças de máscaras.
    Como adaptar um ritual que dura duas semanas à lógica de um espetáculo de 150 minutos? O vídeo mostra aspectos do resultado cênico-musical dessa adaptação, concebida a partir do diálogo entre o antropólogo e os artistas Wauja.

    Ficha técnica: NTSC, cor, 28 min, 2006.
    Direção, roteiro e pesquisa: Aristóteles Barcelos Neto
    Edição: Giuliano Ronco, Fernanda Frasca e Aristóteles Barcelos Neto
    Realização: LISA
    Apoio: FAPESPProjeto
    Temático FAPESP "Alteridades, expressões culturais do mundo sensível e construções da realidade"

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    Wauja. The Dance of The Great Amazonian Masks
    In 2005, 17 Wauja from the Alto Xingu presented an unprecedented spectacle at the Radio France Festival, based on ritual sequences structured by flute music, choirs, solos and masks dances. How does one adapt a ritual that lasts for at least two weeks to the logic of a show of two and a half hours? The video presents aspects relating to the musical and scenic results of this adaption, as concieved in dialogue between the anthropologist and the Wauja artists.

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  2. Reeds and willows are fundamental raw materials for the production of a large variety of Native South American artefacts. When found in great abundance they may be used to create entire new landscapes, such as in the Titicaca Lake, while its severe shortage may be explored as a metaphor for life cycles. This film shows the contrasts between the availability and use of reeds amongst the Guarani Indians of the Atlantic Rainforest and the Urus Indians of the Andean Altiplano. This film is an output of the AHRC project "Beyond the Basket" and was specially produced for the 2011 art exhibition "Basketry: Making Human Nature" at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich, United Kingdom.

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  3. Microdocumental que describe la exhibición Quipu, de 2003, y rescata imágenes de archivo sobre el uso de estos instrumentos de cuerdas y nudos con que los inkas llevaban la contabilidad de su imperio.

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