La Amistad, on the mountainous border of Panama and Costa Rica, is the largest protected area in Central America; cooperatively balancing the conservation of its staggering biodiversity with the interests of its three underserved indigenous communities proves a delicate challenge.


Directed and produced by Sara Canals. Special guests Elizabeth Carrera, Peace & Conflict Impact Assessment Fellow, International Peace Park Expeditions, and Maggie Lemere, Co-founder, Wild Women: Stories from Women on the Forefront of Wildlife Conservation.

Transcending Boundaries: Perspectives from Parque Internacional la Amistad

2016 AD 14 min
Festival Year: 2016
Types: Documentary, Short
Topic: Global Perspectives, Parks and Protected Areas

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