The Other Mexico on Film – Part II

7pm Tuesday 22nd March

@ The Autonomous Centre of Edinburgh,

17 West Montgomery Place,

EH7 5HA

Part II of The North Western Series…

From San José de la Zorra (15 mins)

The Kumiai indigenous people live in Baja California, northwestern Mexico.

The dispossession of their ancestral lands by landowners, places risks

for their survival as native people.

From the Sierra of the Pima (11 mins)

In Sonora’s Sierra Madre Occidental mountain chain, survive the

descendants of the ancestral Pima tribe. They are now being stripped of

more than half of their territory by landowners who threaten them with

death.

Cucapás and Kiliwas – 9,000 years later (58 mins)

The Cucapas and the Kiliwas are indigenous tribes who live in Baja

California, northwestern Mexico. A family shares with us what it is like

to live with the daily threat of extinction.

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