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Sha’á – Defending ancestral land in a country that cannot protect your life

26 September 2022
This short film follows indigenous leader and filmmaker Peregrino in his fight to defend his ancestral territory from illegal mining, which is degrading the land and causing untold biodiversity loss.

Film: Froxán Commons – A community-restoration project in Galicia, Spain brings native species back to their forests

31 August 2022
This film documents the efforts of a community nature restoration project in Galicia, Spain, that is working to replace industrially-planted trees with native species.

Film: Zenu Indigenous Women – Protectors and Growers of Mother Earth

9 August 2022
Indigenous Zenu women in Colombia use their traditional knowledge to grow crops without using any pesticides or chemicals.