Sunday, October 21 3:15 pm
Occupy Toronto is the perfect backdrop for this satirical music video that makes a statement on capitalism and greed.
Flooding and contamination from foreign-owned factories threaten a way of life for a people that live in co-existence with their land in the Peruvian Amazon. Despite their eloquent cries for respect and acknowledgement of their rights, international resource development threatens their traditional existence.
This is a profound story of love, loss and life in the Louisiana wetlands. What begins as a Houma woman`s journey to her family`s ancestral home becomes much more when she discovers her beloved Louisiana is being destroyed and altered by oil and gas industries. Hurricane Katrina`s force only adds to the catastrophe. A rich vein of strength, resilience and hope pulsates through this film and is embodied in the hope of the Indigenous Houma people. Matine, an elder, is the epitome of such strength, tenacity and perseverance
Co-Presenter: Planet in Focus Environmental Film Festival