Item Details

Cashing in on Culture : Indigenous Communities and Tourism

Regina Harrison
Format
Online; Online Video; Video
Type
Documentary Videos; Educational Videos
Date
2002
Duration
28:06
Summary
Examines the issues and problems of ecotourism. Focuses on the Quechua-speaking Indians in Ecuador and looks at the cultural, economic and environmental issues for both indigenous communities and tourists.
Creator
Regina Harrison
Publisher
Berkeley Media
Time Period
21st century
Language
English
Notes
produced and directed by Regina Harrison ; script, Regina Harrison.
Edited by Franklin Lopez ; assistant editor, Cesar Naranjo ; music, Alonso Andy (violin), Virdi Calapucha (bone flute), Ospina Rosalita Santi (voice), Pascual Shihuango (violin) ; production assistants, Robert Kaplan, Lyn Francoeur ; videographers, Lyn Francoeur, Robert Kaplan, Bolivar Regalado ; subtitles, Regina Harrison, Frank Lopez.
In English with English subtitles for Quechua dialogue.
Collection
Robertson Media Center Streaming Content
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