The San people, more commonly known as Bushmen, are believed to be the earliest inhabitants of southern Africa. They have lived for 80,000 years as hunter-gatherers in the Kalahari Desert, and are well-known for their expert survival skills in a harsh environment. Their unique clicking languages and their astonishing method of healing through trance dancing have made them a source of worldwide fascination. But these peaceful people are not immune from the problems of modern society, and have faced oppression and eviction from their homelands for years. Vanishing Cultures: Bushmen of the Kalahari" visits the troubled San community whose once thriving culture is now facing extinction. This one-hour documentary takes a never-before-seen look at the fascinating history, the brutal struggles, and the seemingly impossible challenges of the Bushmen of the Kalahari.
Cast: Michael York
Globians World & Cultures Festival (Potsdam)
Gulf Coast Film Festival (Houston) -- Best Documentary Feature (Nominated)
LA Femme Film Festival (Los Angeles) -- Award Of Merit (Nominated)
Reel HeART International Film Festival (Toronto)
Global Peace Film Festival (Orlando)