One World Wisdom
Video Documentary by Carla Woody
The documentary video One World Wisdom explores the
compelling question: Is it time for some traditions to die...?
The answers given reflect core values a common thread
running through Indigenous cultures.
Featuring the traditions of the Hopi, Lacand—n Maya and
Quechua peoples, this half-hour film examines the
meaning of healing, community and sacred reciprocity
toward global renewal.
Script written by CARLA WOODY
Co-produced by CARLA WOODY AND BRADLEY BURAK
Sound editing by JACOB DEVANEY
Original music by JAIME ALVARO AND BAMBOO PERU
Filmed by Rich Miller|
Introduction filmed by Bradley Burak
Sound recordings by
Photograph of Chan KÕin Viejo and his wife Koh, circa 1976, by Gertrude Blom
courtesy of Asociaci—n Cultural Na Bolom A.C.
Av. Vicente Guerrero #33 Barrio El Cerrillo
San Crist—bal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico
Language: English, Color, Approximately 26 minutes, DVD Video
How You Can Help|
Host a screening. If your group, school, library or organization would like to host a screeningand spread the film’s important message about preserving Indigenous wisdom traditions, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-928-778-1058 to discuss further.
Share the news. Tell friends and colleagues to visit our website or Facebook page. If you are a member of the press and would like to review the film or schedule an interview with Carla Woody, contact us by email or call 1-928-778-1058.
Make seventh generation decisions. The common thread running through Indigenous wisdom traditions has to do with interconnection, respecting our planet, and well-being of the community. Your daily choices matter and have effect generations later.
Purchase the DVD. Owning the film serves as a reminder of its message and helps us raise funds to continue our programs.
Special Screenings and Broadcasts|
May 15, 2010: International Funders for Indigenous Peoples (IFIP) Annual Conference, Tofino, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
October 29, 2010: Institute for Advanced Studies of Health (IASH) Conference, San Francisco, CA.
November 27, 2010: SunWatch Indian Village, sponsored by Dayton International Peace Museum, Dayton, OH.
November 9-December 2, 2011: Prescott Cable 13, Wednesdays 7 PM and Fridays 10:30 AM.
Check back for new listings.