Film Title:     Vanuatu Women’s Water Music
Director:
       Tim Cole
Producer
:     Thomas Dick
Year:
              2014
Partners:      Wantok Music Foundation, Further Arts, Leweton Community
Synopsis:

Leweton Cultural Group hail from the remote tropical northern islands of Gaua and Merelava in Vanuatu, and live in a village in Espiritu Santo where they present, share and maintain their unique cultural traditions and practises across cultures and generations. This film is the first of it’s kind and welcomes viewers to explore the life and customs of the village, the mesmerising women’s water music and the energetic sounds of String band Matto. You will be humbled by their friendly and gentle nature, inspired by their simple lifestyles and captivated by their performances.
Website:                      http://www.wantokmusik.org/#!vanuatu-womens-water-music/cwb1
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Vanuatu Women’s Water Music

 

Vanuatu Women’s Water Music is a stunning audio-visual journey deep into Pacific Island culture. This hour-long documentary will transport you to a place of inner peace and tranquility. A film by Wantok Musik Foundation and Further Arts. Directed by Tim Cole.