Techqua Ikachi

Hopi elders in the village of Hotevilla (Arizona) relate the story of their people's history. As witnesses themselves, they tell about their peaceful resistance against the American government's expropriating their land and depriving them of their rights. The film shows the beauty of their culture, putting its threatened existence into a global perspective. This unique document of both current

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Hopi elders in the village of Hotevilla (Arizona) relate the story of their people's history. As witnesses themselves, they tell about their peaceful resistance against the American government's expropriating their land and depriving them of their rights. The film shows the beauty of their culture, putting its threatened existence into a global perspective. This unique document of both current and historical images is a plea for the dignity of all peoples and for ecological balance on this earth - a legacy of lasting political relevance.
FormatNTSC
ZoneNo zone. Readable on any DVD player.
SupportDVD
AudioMono 1.0
Ratio4/3
SubtitlesFrench, German, English
LanguagesHopi
DirectorAgnes Barmettler, Anka Schmid, James Danaqyumptewa
Bonusscenes, thematic chapters (20 min)
Runing time115
Production year2006
Original soundMono
EditorMano Film
Media number1

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Techqua Ikachi

Techqua Ikachi

Hopi elders in the village of Hotevilla (Arizona) relate the story of their people's history. As witnesses themselves, they tell about their peaceful resistance against the American government's expropriating their land and depriving them of their rights. The film shows the beauty of their culture, putting its threatened existence into a global perspective. This unique document of both current

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