Samuel Leal | Brazil 2013 | 15 Min. | OmeU
The Xavante are an indigenous group who lives at Brazil Central Highlands. For more than 50 years, they have been in constant relation with mass media communication technologies. Among these, we can highlight the radio, which is used mostly for recording and listening Xavante songs and rituals. But it is also a bridge to foreign cultures. This film deals about this relation of technological appropriation.