Bill Benenson

director, 'The Hadza'

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Director and producer of the documentary The Hadza: Last of the First

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The first humans learned to live off the land as hunter-gatherers in the Rift Valley of East Africa.

Bill Benenson On His New Documentary “The Hadza”

The first humans learned to live off the land as hunter-gatherers in the Rift Valley of East Africa.

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