Our short documentary films about indigenous peoples, their traditions and their knowledge offer unique insights into these ancient societies. They are available for online viewing on our YouTube channel, where you can subscribe to receive notification each time we publish new content. Most of these short films can be viewed in up to HD (1280x720) and High Dynamic Range (HDR) format.
Living by Garbage in the Philippines (2021, 6 minutes).
Capturing Carbon in Iceland to Reduce Global CO2 Emissions (2021, 3 minutes).
Indigenous Ixil Maya Migration to North America (2021, 5 minutes).
The Coronation of La Reina de San Pedro La Laguna, Guatemala (2013, 5 minutes).
Kazakh Wrestling in Mongolia (2018, 2 minutes).
The Establishment of Indigenous Customs in Southeast Asia (2010, 5 minutes).
Establishing and Promoting Indigenous Literacy in Cambodia (2010, 3 minutes).
Indigenous Cultural Changes in Southeast Asia (2010, 7 minutes).
A Brief History of the Maya People (2016, 5 minutes).
The Ruk'u'x Indigenous Art and Music Festival in Guatemala (2021, 8 minutes).
Halal Horse Ritually Slaughtered and Butchered (2020, 5 minutes).
Eagle Hunting: Spend a Day with Mongolia's Last Remaining Eagle Hunters (2018, 5 minutes).
Timelapse Documentary in Modern Maya Communities (2020, 7 minutes).
How to Erect a Traditional, Indigenous Kazakh Ger/Yurt/Tent (2020, 4 minutes).
The Original, Ancient, Indigenous Peoples of Mesoamerica (2016, 5 minutes).
Traditional and Modern Indigenous Andean Music (2020, 8 minutes).
Maya Counting and Calendars Explained (2016, 4 minutes).
The First Inaugural Alma Kuk Golden Eagle Festival from 2017 (2018, 4 minutes).
Indigenous Dances of West Africa (2020, 7 minutes).
A Grain of Salt: Indigenous Afar Salt Miners of the Danakil (2020, 8 minutes).