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Filmmaker Richard Gardner speaks with NPR's Alex Chadwick about his groundbreaking documentary Dead Birds. The film, now out on DVD, offers a stark look at a tribe of people in New Guinea.
A Chronicle of Two Seasons in Stone Age New Guinea
by Peter Matthiessen and Edward Hoagland
Paperback, 272 pages |
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Stories from the Baliem Valley
by Susan Meiselas
Hardcover, 176 pages |
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