Although her first language is Quechua, Elva Ambía Rebatta prioritized speaking Spanish and English after leaving Peru for the US.
Now in her seventies, Elva decides to
help cultivate a Quechua-speaking community in New York City. Living Quechua follows Elva
through the challenges and successes of trying to keep Quechua alive.
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What is Quechua?
Even though UNESCO says it's an endangered language, millions of people currently speak Quechua around the world. learn more >
San Francisco, Belgrade, Buenos Aires
Runasimiwan Kawsay has upcoming screenings
at the San Francisco Latino Film Festival, the International Festival of Ethnological
Film in Belgrade, Serbia, and the Festival Internacional del Cortometraje in
Buenos Aires, Argentina.
If you're in these parts of the world, we hope you can attend. Please help us spread the word!
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