Film director James Cameron listens to questions from journalists during a news conference after he took part in the Mexico Century XXI forum at the National auditorium in Mexico City September 7, 2010. REUTERS/Henry Romero

Avatar director James Cameron's fascination with the 3D technology continues as he is all set to make a documentary film on the plight of a Brazilian tribe called Xikrin-Kayapo. Also, there is a similarity in the real life story of the tribe and his reel blockbuster.

Cameron has said that the tribe invited him to create a film about them. He would make a film about their life style, culture and current living conditions.

The area where the tribe lives is facing threat from a hydroelectric plant. The plant approved by the Brazilian President Lula da Silva might lead to widespread flooding in the area.

Cameron also expressed his desire to make two more Avatar films and is already in talks with 20th Century Fox.