Want to integrate indigenous films into your curriculum?
Come to our teacher’s workshop! We’ll give you the lesson plans to do it.
If you have other ideas on how to use the material in your classroom, we’d love to hear ’em too!
More info: misteriosdelosandes.com
— About the films —
Q’eshwachaka (K-12; Spanish with English subtitles):
Every year, the K’anas communities surrounding the Apurimac river reconstruct the last remaining Inca bridge. Witness their Minka, collective work, and Ayni, reciprocity, through various festivities that last four days.
Inkarri (6-12; Quechua with either English or Spanish subtitles):
Delve deeply into the mythological and cultural roots of the indigenous community of the Q’eros, who have preserved their ethnic identity for more than 500 years, surviving both the colonial and republic periods, as they project into the future.