INTIJIWANA (Aymara - eclipse total de sol) is a poetic account of experiences in a remote area of the Bolivian Andes (15,000 feet up!) during the total solar eclipse Nov. 3, 1994, the day after All Souls Day. Acculturation, Impressions, Intijiwana and Photography and Bananas are active exploratory parts of this interactive CD-ROM which is Bi-lingual (Spanish and English). A rare encounter with a Quetuan Indian whose family reacted to totality by screaming, yelling, beating their dogs to keep them barking and lighting two bon fires to scare away the demon jaguar who is eating the sun. Video and stills were shot on location by JoAnn Gillerman and Rob Terry.
copyright 1996 Gillerman, Terry