The Kreen-Akrore are an indigenous forest tribe living deep in the Amazon basin of Brazil. These people have been largely unseen and unknown for generations, having managed to evade contact with the outside world – including during the epic journey of the Villas Boas brothers in 1969 when they sought to make first contact with this hidden tribe.

The Kreen-Akrore are a proud people, whose culture has remained largely intact despite their seclusion from the rest of society. They have a strong connection to nature that is reflected in their beliefs, way of life, and even language. The Kreen-Akrore practice hunting, fishing and gathering for their sustenance in the lush jungle environment that surrounds them. This community is known for its unique practices as well as its traditional music, art and clothing.

Now, you too can get to know this fascinating tribe as a new documentary unveils their fascinating story. It promises an intimate look into the lives of these remote people who have managed to stay isolated all these years. You’ll get an opportunity to witness first-hand how they live day to day, and hear stories passed down through generations about why they choose to stay so hidden. With stunning cinematography that captures all the beauty of their home in the Rainforest, this film will surely be an eye-opening experience not soon forgotten!

We urge everyone interested in learning more about these remarkable people and their culture to watch this captivating documentary on the Kreen-Akrore. It will provide an amazing insight into a unique world that would otherwise remain forever hidden from sight!