Soho house stories - the Pursuit of happiness.. (with George Lamb)

 

The Guardian - In his new documentary, the explorer joins Borneo’s Penan tribe to see what the world’s indigenous people can teach us about our own survival and that of the planet...

Geographical Magazine - Right from the beginning, TAWAI, feels like a very different project to what we've become used to from Bruce Parry...  

 

Wanderlust - We talk tribes and Tawai with explorer Bruce Parry after his latest film project across India, Borneo and the Amazon. Find out the importance of indigenous people and how merging solutions can help society

The Daily Telegraph - Bruce Parry on returning to the jungle, hallucinogenic drugs, and why he wants to start a tribe of his own...

 

The Times - He brought ayahuasca to the middle classes, partied with the A-list and became a pin-up for the Burning Man generation. What next...

Time Out - If you’re a fan of explorer and TV presenter Bruce Parry, don’t miss this doc...

 

Radio Times - Why Tribes presenter Bruce Parry gave up sex, drugs and Rock’n’Roll...

The Future is Beautiful - In this episode Amisha shares a heartfelt conversation with explorer, documentary filmmaker, author and indigenous rights supporter Bruce Parry.

Lush player - Perhaps best known for the BBC series Tribe and Amazon, Bruce Parry has built upon those previous experiences and encounters to a create a powerful and visually stunning film titled 'Tawai'

Sustaina Babble - As well as revealing the extraordinary stories behind the film – and what on earth a Tawai is when it’s at home – Bruce is candid in explaining some of the formative experiences in his own life...

 

Eco Hustler - TAWAI – A voice from the forest is a brilliant film. It is a deep and profound meditation on the state of the world today and how this may have been brought about by changes in how we think...

Bruce talking at the Tree Conference 2017

Aha magazine interview 2017

Psychologies - It is liltingly poetic and powerfully experiential. It is a film of dizzying and shifting scope; expansive as the world and as local as the mind, which challenges human assumptions so ingrained within the context of our modern societies as to be blanketed under gathered dust, sleeping largely apart from modern scrutiny and debate...

 

The New statesman - The result of these reflections is a new, feature-length film, Tawai: a voice from the forest, which sees Parry revisit the tribe that affected him most all those years ago: the Penan of Borneo.

Aha mag - Interview with Charlie Robinson

 

News Roast - Bruce Parry - award-winning documentarian, author & explorer joins Jolyon Rubinstein and Haydon Prowse to discuss some of his incredible adventures and how it relates to his outlook on life. "Equality", "Healing" and "Connection" are on today's menu.

Hackney Gazette - This film is TAWAI, and it is an impassioned, sensitive rally cry; an urgent jolt to the senses. In his inimitable style, Parry tracks down the nomadic Penan tribe of Borneo, as they tackle the encroaching deforestation that threatens to obliterate their home.

 

Traveller Magazine - The heart of the hunter...

Sunday papers live - Bruce has been busy. For the past four years he has been on an exploration to find a deeper understanding of indigenous peoples and how their way of life can benefit those in the industrialised world...

 

Irish Examiner - Bruce Parry’s new film has the former Tribe presenter seeking to reconnect us with some of the things modern society has forgotten...

Roz Savage - Tawai is the word the nomadic hunter gatherers of Borneo use to describe their inner feeling of connection to nature, and is also the name of a film that I highly recommend.

 

Head Talks - There’s something about the connectedness of indigenous people that nourishes mental health far better than our stress-and energy-driven existence...

RTE Radio 1 - Ex-Commando, traveller and polite house guest, Bruce Parry brought us with him to visit some of the most remote Jungle people in the world with his TV series Tribe back in the early noughties.  He’s back with a more meditative movie TAWAI: A Voice from the Forest...

 

Tiodos Bank - There’s one thing we can all do tomorrow that makes a massive difference and that is put our money in an ethical bank.