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It is true that famous environmental movement groups all over the world have worked hard to improveworld environment. However, at times, these movements have also been criticized for selling outto commercialism and excluding the voices of those directly involved. Now these environmentalmovements need to step up to a more mature form of movement. This section introduces 5 films thatmake effort to uncover the unknown voices in existing environmental movements, and explore newvisions for a larger environmental movement that includes these voices.
Three films dealing with seal hunting, Sealers - One Last Hunt, Angry Inuk and How to Change theWorld will be screened in this section. The differing spectrums of these films offers the opportunityto understand which aspects are points of contact in existing environmental movements regardingseal and whale hunting. RISE: Red Power and When Two Worlds Collide restore the live native voicesoppressed during the American continent’s history of development to provide an alternative point-ofviewof the facts from the natives’ position. This section offers dramatic and thoughtful new visions onthe environmental movement.

When Two Worlds Collidel두 세계가 충돌할 때

  • Director : Heidi BRANDENBURG, Mathew ORZEL
  • Nation : Peru, UK
  • Year : 2016
  • Running Time : 103min
  • Genre : Documentary

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Date Time Venue Ratings Subtitles GT
2017-05-19 10:00
2017-05-21 19:30



Filmmakers take you directly into the line of fire between two powerful Peruvian leaders over the future of the country. When President Alan GARCIA attempts to extract oil and minerals from untouched Amazonian land, he is met with fierce, violent opposition led by indigenous leader Alberto PIZANO. This nuanced, even handed film captures all angles of a conflict that quickly escalates from a heated war of words to one of deadly violence.

-Program Note

This tense and immersive tour de force, When Two Worlds Collide brings audiences directly into the line of fire between two powerful, opposing Peruvian factions who will stop at nothing to keep their respective goals intact. On one side is President Alan GARCIA and the Peruvian government who, eager to enter the world stage, begin aggressively extracting oil, minerals, and gas from untouched indigenous Amazonian land. They are quickly met with fierce opposition from the indigenous people living in the Amazon jungle, led by Alberto PIZANGO, whose impassioned speeches against GARCIA’s destructive actions become a rallying cry. A tense war of words erupts into deadly violence, bloody protests and chaotic clashes between both sides. First-time feature documentary filmmakers BRANDENBURG and ORZEL capture all angles of this volatile political and environmental crisis with bold and unflinching camera work. From the raucous halls of justice to deep in the heart of the Amazon jungle. The film captures this continuously important story linking indigenous rights and the sustainability of the Amazon rainforest told against the backdrop of globalization.

- Director

BRANDENBURG is a passionate observer of human nature and our environment. ORZEL is a documentary director and visual artist whose work focuses on the complexities of human relationships. They co-found Yachaywasi Films with the goal of representing social-justice and environmental issues.


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