A 1988 documentary film by Australian director and cinematographer Dennis O’Rourke. The film follows a number of European and American ecotourists as they travel from village to village throughout the Sepik River area in Papua New Guinea, driving hard bargains for local handcrafted items, paying to view formerly sacred ceremonies and taking photographs of every aspect of „primitive“ life.
Alfred Banze - Born in 1958 in Kirchbauna, lives in Berlin. Alfred Banze makes films, performances, installations, drawings and objects. Since 2001 he works on participatory art projects where children, young people and adults, artists and specialists in various fields are involved into the artistic production. Exhibitions, screenings, lectures and workshops worldwide. - www.alfred-banze.de