N/um Tchai: The Ceremonial Dance of the !Kung Bushmen 1969-01-01 ( current )
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Tchai is the word used by Ju/'hoansi to describe getting together to dance and sing; n/um can be translated as medicine, or supernatural potency. In the 1950's, when this film was shot, Ju/'hoansi gathered for "medicine dances" often, usually at night, and sometimes such dances lasted until dawn.
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- John Marshall (Director)
- John Marshall (Camera Operator)
- Nicholas England (Sound Recordist)
- Frank Galvin (Editor)
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