Film Screening followed by Q&A with the Director: "Stepping Softly on the Earth", by Marcos Colón

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Join us for an enlightening evening featuring the screening of "Stepping Softly on the Earth", a documentary by Marcos Colón that provides a profound look at the capitalist invasion of the Amazon. Filmed in Peru, Colombia, and Brazil, the documentary revolves around the struggles and voices of Amazonian Indigenous leaders Katia Akrãtikatêjê, Manoel Munduruku and José Manuyama. The film also features Brazil’s renowned Indigenous activist, leader, and philosopher Ailton Krenak.


Post-screening, we will engage in a thoughtful Q&A session with the director Marcos Colón, diving deep into the themes and stories captured in the film.


Don't miss this chance to explore the intersections of environmental activism, indigenous rights, and global capitalism in a story that is both compelling and urgent.


Please find a short clip here and the official press release enclosed.


We look forward to welcoming you to an evening of impactful cinema and vibrant discussion.