Themester

FILM: The Shaman’s Apprentice (2001)

This film is a part of the series "Biocultural Diversity: A Film Journey."

The Shaman’s Apprentice presents a vivid account of Mark Plotkin’s adventures in ethnobotany in Amazonia and is known as one of the most stunning rainforest films ever made. This film takes us “through the emerald door” into the realm of shamans and reveals the richness of the medicinal lore which is the inheritance of the tribes of the Northeast Amazon. The future of such knowledge is uncertain, as such cultures are as endangered as the forest around them.

Start
Monday October 23, 2017 07:00 PM
End
Monday October 23, 2017 08:30 PM
Location
IU Cinema
Contact
David Stringer, Dept. of Second Language Studies
Contact Email
ds6@indiana.edu
Cost
Free, but ticketed
Other Info
This event is part of Themester 2017 Diversity • Difference • Otherness.
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