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Martin Chambi and the heirs of the Incas
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Martin Chambi &
The Heirs of the Incas

An extraordinary photographer of the early twentieth century, CHAMBI was a leading figure in the revolutionary, artistic and social movements that swept South America in the 1930s.

His magnificent photographs of Peru were the visual epitome of the ʻIndigenistaʼ quest to rediscover the native culture of the Andes.

Fifty years on, this film explores Andean life through Chambiʼs majestic photographs, and looks at the contemporary relevance of his work.

Produced and directed by
ANDY HARRIES & PAUL YULE

WINNER The Special Award at The New York Film Festival 1986

WINNER The Gold Award Best documentary, Houston International Film festival 1988

WINNER The Silver Apple US Film and Video Festival 1988

WINNER The Blue Ribbon The American Film and Video Festival 1988