Solidarity in Saya DVD


Academic/Institutional DVD

*36 minute film
*50 minute of additional interviews/Music Scenes
*Companion Reader – Bilingual Spanish/English 35 page Booklet.
Contains additional history and background information about the Afro-Bolivian community, Saya music, and the political movement. Read more about: the Companion Reader

Digital Streaming License includes: High quality digital download

DVD: $300
DVD + Digital Streaming License (in perpetuity): $500

DVD: $100
DVD + Digital Streaming License (in perpetuity): $250

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Product Description

Subjects: Africana studies, Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, Latin American studies, Performance Studies, Sociology, Spanish
Running time: 36min, plus 50 minutes of Bonus music scenes and interviews
Language: Spanish and English, Subtitles in English, Portuguese, Japanese, Spanish
Format: 16X9, NTSC, region code 0

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Licensing Information

Public Performance Rights License Agreement:

Purchase of this DVD includes non-theatrical public performance rights for screenings of 50 or fewer individuals where admission is not charged and the event is not publicized or open to the public. The term of the public performance license is for the life of the DVD. If your screening will be larger than 50 people, you plan to advertise, open the event to the public, or charge for admission, please contact us for information on purchasing a Public Screening License.

Digital Streaming Rights License Agreement:

Purchase of the Digital Streaming Rights allows the licensing institution to digitize and stream the film on the institution’s secure internal server without time limitation (in perpetuity). The licensing institution can digitize the material, can request a link and password to the streaming video, and/or will receive a link to download a high quality file of the film.

Public Screening License:

For screenings open to the public, if you plan to charge admission, or for audiences of more than 50 people, you must purchase a Public Screening License. Prices will vary depending on venue capacity and ticket price. To set up a screening in theatres, museums, and cultural or educational institutions, please email us to request a quote and provide details about your event. The filmmaker is also available for appearances at screenings for discussions and Q&As.

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