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"Alunã" a.k.a. "Aluna" is a feature-length documentary film sequel to the BBC documentary The Heart of The World: Elder Brother's Warning. The first documentary showed an ancient Kogi tribe civilisation who emerge to offer their concern for people of the modern world. Younger Brother is urged to change or suffer environmental disaster. After offering the warning the Kogi retreat back to civilisation hidden in a mountain in Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia.
- countries: United Kingdom, Colombia
- languages: English Language, Spanish Language, Kogi Language
- director: Alan Ereira
- producer: Alan Ereira
- executive producer: Ben Woolford
- written by Alan Ereira
- cinematography by Paulo Andres Perez
- edited by Andrew Philip
- genres: Adventure Film, Documentary film
- released on
- official website: www.alunathemovie.com/en
Alunã a.k.a. Aluna is a fictional character from the 2010 film So Hard to Forget.
Alunã a.k.a. Aluna formed in 2006, the lineup consists of vocalist and rhythm guitarist Sophie Willett, lead guitarist Dave Day bassist Andy Barnett and drummer Jake Mason. The band members come from various areas of The West Midland region in England. Playing their own form of psych-blues-doom, their first gig was playing to 5 people in a back-street Coventry pub, by the time their third gig came along they were supporting Trouble at The Wolverhampton Civic Bar Venue.
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