Videos tagged with "bride"
Moroccan Wedding [00:41]
A modern Moroccan wedding with a difference!
Tags: Moroccan, wedding, private, hoceima, cars, food, bride, groom, arab, berber, maroc, maghrib, traditional, modern, tanger, tangier, brest, marriage, magrheb, belgium, nederlands, france, spain, luxury, casa, music, riffi, rifea, amazigh, rif, egypt, audi,
Algerian Wedding! (Part 3/7) [01:13]
Continuation of Part 3 (outside the bride's house). Festivities before the couple get into the car and drive to the wedding hall. Aug. 2009.
Tags: Algerian Wedding, Oran, Wahran, Jazair, Algeria
The Deportation of Kabyle Algerians to New Caledonia in 1871 [02:11]
Mehdi Lallaoui, Kabyles du Pacifique, 1994, Éditions Au nom de la mémoire. There is very little in English that tells their story. This video is a small effort to tell their story and remember them. This small movie recognises the contribution of Mehdi Lallaoui and his documentation of the Kabyles story from the revolt in 1871 to their exile in New Caledonia
Tags: new, caledonia, kabyle, amazigh, revolt, 1871, algerie, algeria, lounes, onetruemedia, the, bride, berber, tizi, ouzou
Algerian Wedding! (Part 1/7) [08:04]
This series follows the events of an Algerian Wedding. The wedding took place on Saturday, August 8, 2009 in Oran, Algeria. It was a lot of fun... but the whole time I was praying hard that we didn't crash - we were going so fast! Everyone in their cars were screaming like crazy, and we all were blasting music. In this part, we joined countless of other cars as we drove from the wedding hall to where the bride and groom were (the bride's house). We knew who was part of our team because we all had our blinkers on and drove together.
Tags: Algerian wedding, Mariage, Wahran, Oran, Jazair, Algeria
The Bride ,A traditional Amazigh song from Kabilya ,Algeria [03:29]
This is a traditional song recorded in the 1960's in the berber region of Algeria by researchers. It is accompanied by pictures taken in the early 1900s in the berber region. This traditional music is quickly disappearing as it is modernized but remains alive through recordings made over 40 years ago in the mountains outside Tizi Ouzou
Tags: Algeria, Amazigh, Berber, Lounes, Matoub, Idir, OneTrueMedia