film & documentaries
During his travels in search of handicrafts Mo Fini shot many educational documentaries across Latin America that were later used in schools and colleges. This footage ranged from remote weavers in the highlands of Peru to the jewellery makers of Taxco, Mexico.
In 1992 Mo Fini achieved his most ambitious project to date. After researching the lives of the Q’eros, a hidden community in the heart of the Andes, he set off with a film crew of 10 people accompanied by several horses. The expedition took 29 days of filming and walking. The Q’eros, who live at an altitude of 3-5000 metres have lived in isolation from the rest of the world, awaiting the re-appearance of the Inca. This documentary was later shown internationally and is now available on VHS and DVD