Award Winning Films • 1h 30m
A desperate struggle between conservationists and oil interests plays out, as the indigenous people living in the heart of the Ecuadorian Amazon struggle to preserve their way of life against encroaching modernity. Filmmaker and biologist Ryan Patrick Killackey documents the staggering biodiversity of the Yasuni region at risk of destruction. In the era of impending climate crisis, it's a more urgent story than ever
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