Washington D.C. Premiere
WHEN CLOUDS CLEAR (DESPUES DE LA NEBLINA)
WHEN CLOUDS CLEAR (DESPUES DE LA NEBLINA) (USA / Ecuador, 2008, 77 min.)
Washington, D.C. Premiere The film delves into one remote community’s radical resistance to a proposed copper mine that would destroy their way of life forever. Set in the isolated cloud forest of the northern Andes Mountains, the film is narrated by the founders and children of Junin who depict how the village’s daily life has been affected by the rich ore deposit that was discovered beneath their land. An inspiring story of survival. Directed by Anne Slick and Danielle Bernstein. Produced by Anne Slick, Danielle Bernstein and Gabriela Calvache.
Introduced by Maribel Guevara, Program Associate, Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. Discussion with filmmaker Danielle Bernstein follows screening.
FREE, no reservations needed.