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Published on Oct 16, 2014
We went to Brazil, in the state of Parà to witness and document with videos and photographs a dramatic and dangerous situation that revolves around the land.
The Brazilian soil is rich, both above and below.
A land with a heavy tradition of colonizing, seizing and taking away, exploiting the mineral resources and the Amazon Rainforest at the expense of the environment and also the population.
We stayed for 2 months to document this situation:to listen to the voices of the local people, to film the places that have been and still are the scenes of daily violence, slave-labour escapes, fires, pollution and assassinations.
JOIN THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE ALREADY CHOSEN TO PARTICIPATE IN "MISSION BRAZIL"!
We will produce A SERIES OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL VIDEO DOCUMENTARIES
to help young people and families to live well in their territory, respecting the environment, the traditions and the social fabric.
We estimate that it will take 6 months for us to produce video material of the quality that this cause deserves.
Help ANIMA ETICA to carry forward its work of recording and broadcasting the unheard voice of the people with: socio-cultural documentaries, Internet channels, social networks, events, conferences and multimedia exhibitions throughout the world.
We intend to make a significant difference in the quality of people’s lives, including those of the disadvantaged.
Help us to keep the memory alive and make a better future for all.
Thank you for your help!
Every little helps.
“ANIMA ETICA – NON PROFIT” has been chosen and commissioned by the CPT “Comissão Pastoral da Terra - Alto Xingu” 40 years in the field, in Brazil
to produce A SERIES OF SOCIO-CULTURAL VIDEO DOCUMENTARIES AND PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIAL – to be distributed in schools, – to inform young people and families, – to be later translated and broadcast throughout the world, via Internet and Social Networks
to help young people and families to live well in their territory, respecting the environment, traditions and the social fabric.