Over 180 ethnic groups have survived for generations in the often treacherous and seemingly uninhabitable lands of Russia, with cultural roots that can be traced back centuries or even millennia. Guided by folk music, 'Wild Honey' takes an unprecedented look at the daily lives of the underrepresented ethnic minorities of five distinct regions across Eurasia: the Muslim Bashkirs of the Urals, the Orthodox Christian Cossacks of the Southern Steppe, the Spiritual Christian Molokans of the Caucasus, the Jewish Ashkenazim and Krymchaks of the Black Sea, and the Shamanistic Teleuts and Telengits of Siberia.
Films W/O World Sales
Country: United States, Russia
Language(s): misc, Russian, Arabic, Yiddish
Premiere status (in January 2019)
: World Premiere