Monday, September 03, 2012

English Trailer AfroLatinos

Afro-Latinos "The story never told" is a documentary television series produced independently by Creator Pictures, LLC . The program will illustrate history and celebrate the rich culture of people of African descent. The documentary covers the story from how and when slaves were brought to Central and South America to the identity-related issues in the Hispanic community today.

 There are an estimated 200 million Afro-descendants in Latin America but most of them have no economic or political power. This documentary takes us to see the Afro-Latinos across nations in Spanish and Portuguese. Also teach the uninformed and starts, hopefully, social change throughout Latin America. The documentary series will begin with the slave trade to the 1500s and remind palenqueras Maroons and their communities and will cover the controversial theory of the African presence in pre-Hispanic America. The series continues to analyze the closeness and religious differences between the Catholic Church and practices such as Yoruba and Voodoo. You learn from these religious and sacred ceremonies through dance and music, such as the drum is a very special instrument used in Latin music today, but how many people know of its history? The film will also have a segment dedicated to Afro-Latino cuisine, which show African influence in the lives of Latinos.

Yet African dialects are mixed with the Spanish in places like San Basilio de Palenque and we discovered a dictionary of Spanish words of African origin. The identity will be given a special segment that affects millions of Afro-Latino world. We interviewed people from the U.S. to Argentina about issues like "good hair, bad hair," interracial marriages and more, much more. One of the most important chapters in the documentary is that dealing social issues affecting African communities -Latino. Our producers not only documented the problems also lived in communities to get first hand information about their situation. was found in most countries there is a lack of government support, it may be because of discrimination or simply corruption but this documentary goes further to report reality.

Hopefully, this documentary can propel their African brothers and sisters so that they are invisible in the eyes of politicians and society in general. to make changes for our people and that there justice and equality. Continue to visit this website to find out when the film is going to be broadcast on the local channel.
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