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2012 | Color | 52 min

The chants and dances are perhaps the most characteristic traits of the Yuman communities. Cyclical chants accompanied by the sound of a rattle or jalmá, executed by one or more singers in unison, among a variety of movements and other symbols, determine rituals with specific meanings, from the funeral ceremonies of mourning to healing rituals and the kuri kuri festive dance.

Country: México
Direction: de la Rosa; Fernando
Script: de la Rosa; Fernando
Production: Consejo Nacional Para la Cultura y las Artes;, de la Rosa; Fernando
Photography: de la Rosa; Fernando, Macias; Adrián
Sound: Fajardo; Palenke, Fajardo; Xavier
Music: Emes; María, Wilson; Nicolás, Pesado; Alonso, Pesado; Angel, Meza; Norma, Aguiar; Juan
Participation year at FICM: 2012

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