1. The Summer of Gods - Trailer

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    Now you can purchase this film. Go to our official website: www.thesummerofgods.com The Summer of Gods is a short film about a troubled girl named Lili who unites with her Afro-Brazilian religious ancestry on a summer visit with family to their ancestral village in rural Brazil. Soon after her arrival, she encounters Orishas (African gods) who join with her grandmother to help her find peace with a gift that has previously vexed her. The film is set in the Northeast of Brazil where Afro-Brazilian religious traditions remain strong. Lili's Grandma is a well revered local priestess who honors the Orishas. Lili is blessed by the goddesses as well. To preserve tradition, they lead her on a mystical adventure through a nearby forest which symbolizes her initiation into the tradition. More Info: http://thesummerofgods.com/

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    • Pack label change

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      Breakdown

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      • PATAKIN: REZO A BABALU AYE

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        from Oyu Oro Afro Cuban Dance Added 303 1 0

        Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture, December, 2011 Artistic Direction and Choreography by Danys "La Mora" Peréz Performed by OYU ORO and Special Cuban Guest Performers from East and West Coast Music Composers: Aruán Ortiz, Francisco Mora Catlett Modern Soloist: Ramon Ramos Alayo, Modern Choreographer: Noibis Licea Special Cuban Guest : Roman Diaz, Rafael Monteagudo, Erick Barberia, Silfredo La O Vigo, Ramon Ramos Alayo, Noibis Licea Dancers: Liethis Hechavarria, Natalie Pardo, Momoko Hanyuda, Deadra Nelson Mason, Melissa Bandes, Gisel Eboma, Fatima Walker, Isabel Estrada Jamison, Freddy Ruiz, Kendra Ross, Jenny Efremova, Valerie Merosier, Griselle Escotto, Horace Turnbull Musicians and Singers: Francisco Mora Catlett, Abraham Rodriguez, Stewart Rosenthal, Sandra Harper, Susan Rapalee Lighting Design:Francisco Mora Ceatlett Costume Design: Danys "La Mora" Pérez Prades Administration/Promotion Design: Momoko Hanyuda Original Video Recording: Christian Kaufmann

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        • Ensemble Elegua - Angelico

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          Presentatie voor eigen koorleden. Donderdag 17 november 201

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          • Ensemble Elegua - Introductie & Olvido

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            from Coro Cantoro Added 60 0 0

            Presentatie voor eigen koorleden. Donderdag 17 november 2011 Ps. op 00:36 seconden zie je een orb langsvliegen, vlak nadat Jantine zegt: "Elegua heeft de energie van Het Jonge Kind, die deuren opent naar de Spirituele Wereld..." (bijzonder, toch?)

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            • Untitled

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              • Santeria Orisha Shango

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                http://santeria-orishas.blogspot.com shango es uno de los orishas mas grandes y respetados de la santeria, es hijo de obatala

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                • Music Video: Awo la Iku ("The Mysteries of Death”), Sekou Heath, Portofino; Latin Jazz, Afro Cuban dance, Bata

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                  Percussionist and tres player Sekou Heath (http://www.myspace.com/sekouheath) with his first music video from his debut experimental solo Latin Jazz CD - Portofino (http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/sekouheath). Awó la Ikú roughly translates as "The Mysteries of Death” in Lucumi - a Cuban dialect of the Nigerian Yoruba language. The video examines the universality of time, existence, and human culture, and features dancer choreographer Judith Justiz and actress Silvana Mangano.

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