Patutiki: L'Art du Tatouage des Iles Marquises

Otaki
Sun 22 Mar

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Main Street, Otaki

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Patutiki: L'Art du Tatouage des Iles Marquises

Year: 2019
Director: Christophe Cordier, Heretu Tetuhiotupa
Duration: 55 minutes
Language: Marquesan with English Subtitles
Nation: Henua Enana
 
The stories etched on their Polynesian skin document this micro-nation’s history. Unlike other Polynesian societies, Marquesans created a vocabulary and art by which to tell their people’s story. In 1920, with 97% of their population decimated, only 2000 survived. With tattoo declared illegal by government and church, the last of the “black-skinned” elders find unique ways to guard their people’s precious history. See how a remote Southern Pacific island people rediscover and celebrate their nearly lost identity by uncovering the treasures left behind through Patutiki, the art of Marquesan tattoo
 
Screening with 
Ayuuk: personas de la lengua florida
Year: 2019
Director: Areli Ramírez
Duration: 13 minutes
Language: Ayuuk with English Subtitles
Nation: Mazahua First People
 
In the Oaxaca Mountains, Mexico, the Mixe Baja develop strategies to hide and simultaneously preserve its language after five centuries of Spanish colonisation.  

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