Written by on Sep 6, 2010. Posted in Production News

James Cameron to make 3D documentary on location in Brazilian rainforest

James Cameron is set to make a 3D documentary about the lives of indigenous tribes on location in the Brazilian rainforest. The filmmaker has already made a short film about tribal opposition to a hydroelectric dam that is due to be built across the Xingu River.

Cameron said: “I want to take a 3D camera to film how they live, their culture. When I was asked to help the Brazilian Indians, who were desperate, I could not turn away.”

The indigenous people oppose plans for the Belo Monte hydroelectric plant. They say it will result in the flooding of tribal lands, which the government denies.

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