Need HADZA film (or better H&G film)

Barry Lewis (blewis@UX1.CSO.UIUC.EDU)
Mon, 7 Feb 1994 09:14:13 -0600

Early on in my intro to archaeology and cultural evolution class, I show
Woodburn's film "The Hadza: Food quest of an East African hunting and
gathering tribe." I use it to develop a sense of what it's like to live a
hunter-gatherer life before I introduce the Lower Paleolithic and begin
talking about how fundamentally different being a h&g was then. This year
I returned from the field in January to discover that the Hadza film is no
longer available. Our films clerk and my research assistant had also
written Woodburn to try and buy a copy but they got no response. With that
by way of preface, I have two questions to ask of the ANTHRO-L group:

1. Does anyone have a copy of the Hadza film that I could borrow,
copy, rent, or (choke, gag) purchase to show to my University of Illinois
at Champaign-Urbana class on March 21?

2. Is a better film available for a 50 minute long undergrad class?
If so, what are the specs on it and how can I get it (e.g., length,
availability, cost, target audience, published reviews)?

Thanks in advance for your help and comments.