We enthusiastically encourage autonomous screenings and exhibitions of our work. If you have screened or are planning on screening one of the films or hosting an exhibition, please let us know so we can gratefully add it to the list. If you would like information on how to do it contact us here. Thanks.
Women on the march

Our Land, Our Struggle
Our Land, Our Struggle
View documentary online (portuguese version)

33 min. | PAL | Little Sister Productions
In May 2005 Tupinikim and Guarani peoples in Espirito Santo, Brasil continued a long struggle to self-demarcate 11,009 Hectares of their lands from Norwegian Multinational, Aracruz Cellulose. In this inspiring and courageous action the people explore the affects that the exploitation, coersion and racism from the company has had on their livelihoods and demonstrate how detrimental the Green Desert has been on their lives and culture. This striking film shows through action, dance and music exactly how a community can organize together to fight a powerful multinational and through the articulate voices of the people demonstrates what is important to their struggle; rights to their lands.
The Carbon Connection
The Carbon Connection
New documentary examines the impact of carbon trading

Where the Trees are a Desert - 2005
Stories of Resistance Against Monoculture 
This set of printed photographs of land rights struggles in Brazil has been displayed all over the globe and is available for groups to show locally. The exhibition is a set of 32 photographs with audio, slides and film also. Please contact us if you are interested.

creativecommons 2024  Carbon Trade Watch