Esperanto culture


Many people did indeed do this in order to recruit more Esperanto speakers. At the time, in the early 1900s, there was no major world language that could be used "anywhere" and it was difficult to get accurate information about foreign countries.


Many more people have personal podcasts and vlogs. In 1964, Jacques-Louis Mahé produced the first full-length feature film in Esperanto, entitled Angoroj.


This was followed in 1965 by the first American Esperanto-production: Incubus, starring William Shatner.


Traditional foods are also enjoyed in settings where a native wouldn't normally mix or eat them. One cookbook is Internacie kuiri “Cooking Internationally” by Maria Becker-Meisberger, published by FEL (Flemish Esperanto League), Antwerp 1989, .


This custom arose in 1995 in order to contrast with the more usual custom of after-convention partying at a bar. ==Religion== Esperanto has had an influence on certain religious traditions (Oomoto, Baháʼí Faith, etc., see Esperanto and religion).


As of 1996, there were 350 or so attested cases of families with native Esperanto speakers.


Another is Manĝoj el sanigaj plantoj “Meals from Healthy Vegetable Dishes” by Zlata Nanić, published by BIO-ZRNO, Zagreb 2002, . Some Esperanto periodicals, such as MONATO include recipes from time to time. ==Zamenhof Day== On December 15 (L.


Incubus is, however, seen as a common, joke way of first introducing a person to Esperanto as none of the actors even knew how to pronounce Esperanto in the first place, the dialogue is strange and bad due to the scriptwriter not getting a second opinion before the filming was done, and the plot is confusing in general. Internacia Televido, an internet television channel, began broadcasting in November 2005.


, the Esperanto-language Wikipedia lists 14 films and 3 short films. In 2011, Academy Award-nominated director Sam Green (The Weather Underground), released a new documentary about Esperanto titled The Universal Language (La Universala Lingvo.) This 30-minute film traces the history of Esperanto.

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