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FILMOGRAPHY

“The Couple in the Cage: A Guatinaui Odyssey.” Dir. Coco Fusco and Paula Heredia. 1993.

“Out of the Forest.” Dir: Michael Beckham. Anthropologist: Terence Turner 1987. Turner. (The Royal Anthropological Institute Link)

“The Kayapo.” Dir: Michael Beckham. Anthropologist: Terence Turner. 1987. (The Royal Anthropological Institute Link)