La raíz olvidada = The forgotten root (DVD video, 2001) [WorldCat.org]
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La raíz olvidada = The forgotten root

Author: Rafael RebollarAntonio NoyolaBeatriz GarciaHumberto SolorzanoProducciones Trabuco,All authors
Publisher: [Baltimore, Md.] : Las Américas Film Network, [2001]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : SpanishView all editions and formats
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Details the history of Mexico's often-overlooked African populations. Drawing on interviews and archival imagery, the film takes us from the slavery of the colonial era to today's Afro-Mexican communities in Guerrero, Oaxaco, Campeche, Morelos and Veracruz. The film argues that Mexico's famous mestizaje includes the important contributions of African groups, as well as Spaniards and Indians.
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Genre/Form: DVD-Video discs
Feature films
Foreign language films
Documentary films
Nonfiction films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Rafael Rebollar; Antonio Noyola; Beatriz Garcia; Humberto Solorzano; Producciones Trabuco,; Las Américas Film Network,
OCLC Number: 122507384
Language Note: In Spanish with English subtitles.
Notes: Documentary.
Originally produced as a documentary film in 2001.
Credits: Photography, Rafael Rebollar, Roberto Rodriguez, Sergio Gomez Cesar ; editing, Rafael Rebollar ; music, Douglas Tarnawiecky [and others].
Performer(s): Narrator: Humberto Solorzano.
Awards: Best Film/Video Documentary Production, XX Black International Cinema Berlin 2005.
Description: 1 videodisc (50 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD-R.
Other Titles: Forgotten root
Forgotten race
Responsibility: Producciones Trabuco S.C. [and others] ; realización, Rafael Rebollar ; guión, Antonio Noyola, Beatriz García.

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Details the history of Mexico's often-overlooked African populations. Drawing on interviews and archival imagery, the film takes us from the slavery of the colonial era to today's Afro-Mexican communities in Guerrero, Oaxaco, Campeche, Morelos and Veracruz. The film argues that Mexico's famous mestizaje includes the important contributions of African groups, as well as Spaniards and Indians.

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