Zimbabwean villagers, Matron, Gogo and Sindiso take us along for the ride in the documentary “From Zimbabwe to Santa Fe” when they set off to sell their baskets at the world’s largest folk art market, held one weekend a year in Santa Fe, New Mexico. These uniquely appealing heroines stretch beyond their personal and cultural boundaries as they reach for a better life. Their creativity, persistence and humor in the face of the unexpected twists and turns along the road, inspire us to rethink our own notions of sustainability, success and prosperity.
“From Zimbabwe to Santa Fe,” a 75-minute documentary, follows the basket makers of Masendu and Siansundu, Zimbabwe, as the prepare for the Folk Art Market in Santa Fe, NM, USA. Cristina McCandless and her crew were given unprecedented access to the communities to film the story of their basketmakers as they try to take advantage of the Folk Art Market opportunity. .
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