Das Ethnokino präsentiert:
|Ethnografische Filme von Armin Thalhammer und Alessandro D'Emilia/Nika Saravanja, Bolivia/Ecuador, 2015, OV Sp/d & OV I,E/e, 101 Minuten|
Cerro Rico – The Silver Mountain and Dusk Chorus – Based on Fragments of Extinction
CERRO RICO – THE SILVER MOUNTAIN
In the vertiginous Bolivian highland, Cerro Rico, a mountain of long tradition and of great significance rises. Since over 400 years people there are mining for silver. The movie offers an impressive insight into the hard and dangerous daily routine of Cerro Rico’s miners. Dust, hollow hammering and the headlights generate a unique and bizarre scenery, at one of the most dangerous workplace in the world.
DUSK CHORUS – BASED ON FRAGMENTS OF EXTINCTION
Follow the eco-acoustic composer David Monacchi on his quest to record pure continuous 24-hour 3D soundscapes in the area with the world’s highest biodiversity in Ecuador’s remote primary forests. A unique listening experience of fragments of the disappearing sonic heritage of millions of years of evolution.