Giving Back to the Elders and Their Communities

The resulting products and by-products of this incredible journey will be promoted to multiple avenues, and part of the profits will be used to create a social security fund for the communities interviewed and featured.

My Story with Ancient Voices, why I’m doing this…

My Story with Ancient Voices, why I’m doing this…

“I heard the call that is coming from the Forest, that is calling those who are able to hear her” For centuries, the indigenous tribes of the Amazon have used a sacred medicine as a powerful tool for physical, emotional, and spiritual healing and awakening. This medicine is known as Ayahuasca, a Quechua Indian wordRead more about My Story with Ancient Voices, why I’m doing this…[…]

Clarisse and Sebastiao – Um casal firmeza (a firm couple)

Clarisse and Sebastiao – Um casal firmeza (a firm couple)

Carlinhos Sebastiao and Clarisse have given their service to the Santo Daime church in Lumiar for so many years even they lost count. Their entire family participates in the ceremonies of the church. They were so happy and open to share with us and to help the Ancient Voices project. Here is a sneak peakRead more about Clarisse and Sebastiao – Um casal firmeza (a firm couple)[…]

Social Project

Social Project

[headline style=”1″ color=”black” tag=”h1″]Entertain Society Inform society Transform society[/headline] [headline style=”6″ color=”black” tag=”h3″]Be Changed, Bring Change[/headline] [headline style=”4″ color=”black” tag=”h1″]Ancient Voices takes a bold leap forward by directly linking documentary film producers and audiences with the social entrepreneurship community. In this full circle relationship, investors support the making of the film, filmgoers support the launchingRead more about Social Project[…]

The Documentary Film Project

The Documentary Film Project

Elders of Medicine Traditions Project [notice type=”support” title=”Ancient Voices” tag=”h4″]“She remembers when the forest was filled with animals. And she remembers when the river ran black with crude oil. She seems to remember everything, [but] Marina is one of the last Cofán women who remember how to sing in the way of her ancestors.”[/notice] [headline style=”2″ color=”black” tag=”h1″]Our project aims to bringRead more about The Documentary Film Project[…]