RIDDIM MAKER is a 52-minute documentary series which takes you to the discovery of countries with profound musical identities where music is more than a hobby, where music is life. More
In Nepal, the Damai are a social group of musicians and tailors. They settled in this country in the 14th century, fleeing the Muslim invasions of northern India. Their traditional orchestral ensemble is called panchai baja; it is now found only in the smaller towns and rural areas of Nepal. Damai traditional music is sought for its good auspices at major family events. More
Burmese music is rich with multiple influences, first and foremost, those of close neighbors like India, Thailand and Cambodia, but also for historical reasons, that of Great Britain. The traditional art of music is divided into two major types: open-air music and chamber music. Music is played outdoors on instruments with loud sounds such as drums or the oboe. It is played at religious festivals, classical dance shows and puppet shows. More
Director : PATRICK KERSALÉ | FULL HD | NEPAL | Duration : 26′ | 2011
In Nepal, Gandharba represents a social community of itinerant musicians of around 5,000 to 10,000 people. Their identity is related to their music and they define themselves as Nepalese messengers of yesteryear. However, the new economic and political situation of the country has forced them to adapt.
Dance was probably one of the first forms of expression of humanity. If one refers to the universality of this mode of communication in all human societies, it is a safe bet that it has been of primordial importance from the beginning. In Bali, dance is conjugated in the plural as its roles and forms are diverse. More
The editorial adventure and The human adventure + 7 other movies bonus ( use/user, analogy, neologism, French-speaking community, French-speaking in the world, colonization, colonization of the Maghreb ).
This documentary displays the life of Paul Robert and his editorial adventure : the creation of a dictionary.
“Water drums : an ancestral meeting” is a documentary that shows the strength of African roots in the Venezuelan musical landscapes. The descendants of the African slaves settled in Venezuela have used a very special musical practice of a rare beauty for as long as they can remember. More