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WEAVING THE FUTURE

FILM GUIDE

Too often stories of indigenous people are told by outsiders. This documentary is no exception. It's a story made possible only by the generosity of the people of Otavalo. The weavers of Otavalo travel the world. But many people in the United States might be hard pressed to find Ecuador on a map, let alone have any knowledge of native people. I hope that sharing what I have learned, might open the door for viewers who are curious about our changing, interconnected world.


Bibliography
The Awakening Valley, by John Collier, Jr. and An�bal Buitr�n

Peguche,Canton of Otavalo, Province of Imbabura, Ecuador: a Study of Andean Indians, by Elsie Clews Parsons

Andean Entrepreneurs: Otavalo Merchants and Musicians in the Global Arena
by Lynn Meisch

Transnational Peasants: Migrations, Networks, and Ethnicity in Andean Ecuador by David Kyle

The Native Leisure Class: Consumption and Cultural Creativity in the Andes Rudi Colloredo-Mansfeld

LINKS

Otavalo, Ecuador

Building Bridges: A Peace Corps Classroom Guide to Cross-Cultural Understanding

Alberto Muenala Otavalo Filmmaker

Otavalo Videos

Quito Journal 1995

ARCHIVES

1" Video Master
UCLA Film and Televison Archive

Senior Film Archivist
Human Studies Film Archive
Smithsonian Institution
NHB Room E307 Stop 123f
10th St. and Constitution Ave. NW
Washington, DC. 20560

Original Master Materials
Smithsonian Institution Research Information System

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