Hosted by the Environmental Investigation Agency

 

Screening will be followed by a discussion with film subject Diana Rios Rengifo and Director Steve Ellington.

 

Illegal logging is a threat to the world’s forests and to the many people who rely on them. This film follows a group of musicians to the Peruvian Amazon to listen to the stories of indigenous leaders and to learn how consumer choices directly impact forest communities. Featuring Ashéninka activist Diana Rios Rengifo, James Valentine of Maroon 5, Stefan Lessard of Dave Matthews Band, Adam Gardner of Guster, and singer/songwriter KT Tunstall.

 

Produced by the Environmental Investigation Agency and REVERB.

 

*Location: Eaton DC’s Crystal Room, 1201 K St NW, Washington, D.C. 20005

 

Antamiki

2018 US 30mins
Festival Year: 2019
Special Guest: Steve Ellington
Types: DCEFF 365, Documentary, Short
Topic: Conservation, Global Perspectives, Indigenous Voices, Land Rights, Sustainable Living