Joining Hearts & Hands: From Movie to Movement
The Condor & The Eagle seizes the moment after a phenomenal premiere and online launch. What comes next?
“It’s mind blowing to us that 3,770 people registered for this event and more than 40,000 joined us online for the panel discussion,” said film co-director Clement Guerra. “This event connected us from North to South in a powerful and historic collective moment for the climate justice struggle.”
The Condor & The Eagle: Portrait of a Movement
Reflections on colonialism, racism, pipelines and more from codirector Clement Guerra
“If taking a pen and writing a book would have been more effective than making a movie, that’s what we would have done,” said Clement Guerra, director of The Condor & The Eagle, a documentary about four indigenous women leaders in a transcontinental adventure, from the boreal forests of Canada to the heart of the Amazon rainforest, reflecting the indigenous struggle to protect land and water.
Watch The Condor & The Eagle With Us!
Join us for a screening of this epic climate justice film and a Q&A with film & movement protagonists
As we work to prevent the spread of COVID-19, environmental racism is presenting a deadly parallel threat for Indigenous peoples across North and South America who continue to defend their lands and waters, protecting their territories from extraction and the pandemic. Meanwhile, the climate crisis has not paused as we battle racialized violence and COVID-19. On […]