The Condor & The Eagle

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Four Indigenous environmental leaders embark on an adventure from the Canadian plains to the Amazon jungle to unite the peoples of North and South America and deepen the meaning of “Climate Justice.” Along the way they learn from each other’s legacy of resistance to colonialism and its extractive economy. Their journey will forever change their attachment to the Earth and one another.

  • Directors: Sophie Guerra & Clement Guerra

  • Producers: Douglas Blush, Alexandra Johnes, Janet MacGillivray Wallace

  • Duration: 1hr 19min 44sec

  • Category: Sustainable Planet

  • US

Ages 12+

Special Jury Award Recipient

  • From the Jury: From Alaska to the Amazon, this film reminds us all that the impacts of climate change are felt first and most profoundly by indigenous groups and women. In an era of ever-present stories of environmental decline and catastrophe, this film reminds us that the greatest source of hope is found in ordinary people speaking in unison to demand that the health of our planet, our home, be made a priority.

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