Monthly Archives: November 2016

‘I tracked down my mother in the Amazon rainforest’

My parents had a very unconventional marriage: my father is an American anthropologist and my mother is a member of the Yanomami tribe living in a remote corner of the Amazon. They were betrothed according to the Yanomami system in … Continue reading

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Santa Muerte and transgender sex workers in Mexico

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‘I rode “The Beast” as research for my film’

Diego Quemada-Díez as told to Stephen Woodman Back in 2002, I was living by the railroad tracks in Mazatlán on the Pacific coast of Mexico. I started talking to migrants who were passing through town and I was deeply moved … Continue reading

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