[Camel] MILK DROP: Camel Documentary on Preserving Culture | Filmmaker Interview

 

Can a drop of camel milk help preserve culture in Ethiopia…?

 

Clio Sozzani & Roba Bulga think so and they are about to tell the world in a powerfully dramatic new Camel documentary on Camel Milk.

 

We interviewed Clio Sozzani – an anthropologist filmmaker and director of this new camel milk documentary based in Ethiopia, that was until they stumbled upon a whole new world of camels and their people that ignited the spark that they needed to see their idea & dream of camel milk saving an Ethiopian tribe’s cultural identity and not succumb to the globalization.

 

Now you get to hear from the film director herself – Clio Sozanni – who accidentally found herself in the world of camels and i think it’s fair to say, she’s captivated. 

 

Welcome back to the Camel Connection podcast OR welcome for the first time! 

 

We’re Tara & Russell, world leaders in camel training, halding, psychology & wellbeing & founders of the Camel Connection Trust Based Camel Training® method

 

Now, let’s say hello to Clio & find out how camel milk is helping preserve a culture within an Ethiopian tribe….

 

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Camel milk is almost unknown in the western world even if it sustains many populations across the world, since ancient times.

 

Nowadays, something is changing: strong economies are ready to introduce camel milk in their market and many countries are already promoting it as a luxury good. 

 

Watch the MILK DROP: THE CAMEL MILK REVOLUTION trailer below…

TRAILER MILK DROP-the camel revolution from ILLOGICA on Vimeo.

 

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