The human story of CLIMATE CHANGE - as told by the Kallawaya indigenous community in the Bolivian Andes.
At Deptford Cinema
39 Deptford Broadway, London SE8 4PQ
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Pachamama - Climate change and the Kallawaya people of Bolivia
Pachamama is a documentary which aims to shed light on the human narratives behind climate change by giving an insight into the lives of the Kallawayas, an indigenous population in the Bolivian Andes.
Having a different perspective of the environment, the Kallawayas revere the earth (Pachamama) and treat it with the same level of care as they would treat their loved ones. As such this community provides an inspiring lens through which to consider our planet. This deeply human experience of climate change, often neglected in mainstream climate change narratives is the pillar of this documentary.
The filmmakers behind this project, hope to bring a fresh perspective on this issue, which fundamentally concerns all of us and the future of this planet.
The film lasts approximately 55 minutes and will be followed by a Q&A from the filmmakers.
We will also be selling delicious pukacapas before the screening!