Sunday Movie : Eau secours
Sunday 5 June 2022, 17:00
Struggles, transmissions and resistances: a cycle of films that gives voice to people affected by environmental degradation. Auditorium. Sunday 3 June 2022 from 5 to 6 pm.
In the framework of the temporary exhibition "Environmental Injustice - Indigenous people's Alternatives", which runs until 21 August 2022, the Sunday movie continues! Films addressing the climate emergency and the impact of environmental change on indigenous peoples and local communities will be screened in the Museum Auditorium throughout the exhibition.
Water is the source of all life. But it can become dangerous if we try to control its flow. But it can become dangerous if we try to control its flow. It can even become poisonous when humans dump mercury, arsenic... The rivers of Bolivia, which are the veins of the heart of South America, are turning red, grey and even disappearing.The inhabitants of different peoples of Bolivia and specialists warn us: access to quality water is more difficult every year.Animations and original music take us from one river to another.
This documentary opens a window on a Bolivian reality, which illustrates a global emergency, and can be a support to debate, exchange and unite our efforts to build alternatives, now.
Film in Spanish with French subtitles.
The trailer is available here.
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