This year, Yachaywasi Films takes us right to the heart of one of Peru’s most dramatic and controversial conflicts in recent history. When Two Worlds Collide documents the brutal culture clash between President Alan García’s government and the indigenous... Read Article
REVIEW When Two Worlds Collide
Recent clashes between Sioux tribes people and private energy contractors over an oil pipeline proposed on sacred land in North Dakota (USA) have attracted renewed focus to questions surrounding indigenous peoples and the environment. Gatekeepers to resource abundant... Read Article
I’m not convinced Pachamama – meaning Mother Earth – is an apt title for this film. There are certainly many glimpses of nature, and the relationship between man and nature on this road trip through Brazil, Peru and... Read Article
In 2000, Ollanta Humala led an unsuccessful military rebellion against Peru’s then-President Alberto Fujimori. Six years later, the left-wing nationalist entered the political realm, losing to Alan Garcia in the presidential runoff.