Sinchi has created a global network of members who either already operate in the indigenous space or are parties interested in supporting communities or projects. Representatives range from aboriginal corporations, photographers, music producers to funding partners. Our aim is to identify and match partners for collaboration and bridge the gap between the Indigenous and the Western world.
Interested in Funding (requested), Screening- opportunities, Speaking at Events, Volunteers
Leaving the rat race behind, a family of five embarks on the journey of a lifetime and made a documentary about it. They travel the ends of the earth searching for a new perspective on life. During five years on six continents they seek out tribal sages never filmed or interviewed before. DOWN to EARTH [...] Continue Reading
WE ARE HUMANITY PROJECT – THE JARAWA CAMPAIGN is a global outreach campaign that aims to introduce you to one of the most ancient people in the world, the Jarawa, the last descendants of the first humans. The Jarawas came from Africa to Asia, 70,000 years ago. Nobody knows their story. They live happy and free [...] Continue Reading
Interested in Creative Collaboration
Pakhuis de Zwijger is a unique cultural organisation which opened its doors in 2006 and has grown to be an independent platform for and by the city of Amsterdam and its inhabitants. Pakhuis de Zwijger celebrates its tenth birthday. It started with a dream, sprung from Cultuurfabriek and the directorship of Over het IJ Festival [...] Continue Reading
Interested in Community Projects, Media content (provided), Speaking at Events
CRAZYWISE is a documentary produced and directed by Phil Borges and Kevin Tomlinson, seeking answers to the question: What can we learn from those who have turned their psychological crisis into a positive transformative experience? During a quarter-century documenting indigenous cultures, human-rights photographer and filmmaker Phil Borges often saw these cultures identify “psychotic” symptoms as [...] Continue Reading