Where he is told how, by dint of...
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In Borneo, the confusion of a hunter...
In Borneo, the confusion of a hunter swallows' nests facing the disaster of the forest (fire, palm oil) and the end of the swallows. But well hidden in some caves, Tewet protect another treasure that could help the community ... Arkhaios Best Cultural Heritage Award, Festival Arkhaios 2016 (USA)
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Award for Best Cultural Heritage Film, Festival Arkhaïos 2016, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, USA
Tewet is a Dayak of the great forest of Borneo. This discreet man was one of the first explorer of Marang Mountains, a limestone massif rugged by erosion. One goal: gold caves. These are the nests that swallows nesting in cave, make with their saliva. Their tragedy is that these nests are edible, and the Chinese love them because they lend their medical virtues ... But the forest destruction, overexploitation of nests, and preemption of the most prolific caves by government undermine their way of life ... Luc-Henri Fage, inventor of the caves of Borneo, has befriended his best guide, Tewet, during 15 expeditions together. Today, he follow Tewet in his last tour... He tries to help Tewet to find a solution to his community.
DVD with 52 and 32 minutes versions, both in french.
Arkhaios Best Cultural Heritage Award, Festival Arkhaios 2016 (USA)
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