Between the Caribbean sea and the Maya Mountains lies Toledo, known as
The Forgotten District of Belize, Central America. For the last 20 years, the Maya have been promoting their own ecotourism programme in order to protect their rainforest and traditions. Despite constant opposition from the government and the tourist industry, Margarita, Reyes, Chet and their friends remain strong and optimistic. This film is a tribute to their tireless efforts. Silver Award for Best Documentary, Zagreb Tourfilm Festival
- Best village tourism film (Gold), Tourfilm Brazil Festival
- Jury Award, Riga Tourfilm Festival
- Special Award for promoting ecotourism, Riga Tourfilm Festival
- Bronze Award, Jahorina International Film Festival
- Best Tourism Reportage, Silver Lake International Film Festival
- Runner-up for Best Film Award, Berlin Toura d’Or Contest
Languages: English, Maya - Subtitles: English (Caribbean accent)
In South India, and particularly in Kerala, the origins of the christian communities date back to the evangelisation by the apostle Thomas, who, according to tradition, landed on the Malabar coast in 52 A.D.
Born a slave in the French settlement of San Domingo - present-day Haiti - Louverture had an extraordinary career, becoming General of the French army and eventually the Governor of the colony. Opposing Napoleon, wishing to reestablish slavery, he died in 1803; a prisoner of a French Jura fortress.
The birth of a union branch in a watch-making factory in 1968. This is the first made by the workers of the Medvedkine group and it shows how Suzanne manages to convince the other women working in that factory to regroup, despite the uncooperative union leaders and the management intimidations.
Composed entirely of still photographs shot by Marker himself over the course of his restless travel through twenty-six countries, If I had four camels stages a probing, at times agitated, search for the meanings of the photographic image.