Interview with Filmmaker Boris Thompson-Roylance (A Message From The Kogi Tribe of the Don Diego River Basin)

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A Message From The Kogi Tribe of the Don Diego River Basin, 7min., Columbia, Documentary
Directed by Boris Thompson-Roylance
Take a glimpse into The Kogi, an ancient Colombian civilisation that might just hold the answer to the climate crisis happening across the world right now.

Get to know the filmmaker:

1. What motivated you to make this film?

I was already in Colombia working on another project and The Kogi community had caught wind of our visit and invited us to come and tell their story and document their message in the Sierra. A lot of my work is exploring our interconnectivity to the natural world and telling the stories of underrepresented voices. I had spent the earlier part of the year in Indonesia, making a documentary alongside filmmaker Alice Colfox, about The Bajo, a nomadic society of fishermen in Sulawesi who have a deep affiliation and co-existence with…

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