Saturday, May 22, 2021

The life of Central African Republic Pygmies | SLICE



 The Baaka Pygmies are people that live at the edge of the Bayanga National Park in the Central African Republic.
 They are known for their songs and dances, but also have their own distribution of roles in the tribe: Women dance the Pongo for the spirits, and men risk their life by climbing up the trees to gather honey from wild bees. Extract from the documentary: “Living cultures – The Baaka Opera” Direction: Jean Queyrat Production: ZED & TF1

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