Frontera Invisible is the true story of communities trapped in the middle of the world’s longest war, in which big landowners’ rush for palm oil to produce ‘green’ fuel has displaced peasant farmers and indigenous people. It has destroyed natural habitats and concentrated land in the hands of the rich.
One part environmental documentary and one part social research through victims’ testimonials, Frontera Invisible gives voice to the local communities that are fighting hard to reclaim their land while exposing the major pitfalls of biofuels policy.
The screening of the documentary will give the audience a chance to learn more about the consequences of our Palm Oil Demand in the rest of the world.
Following the screening, there will be time for discussion with one of the two directors of the documentary, Nico Muzi and the organizers represented by Trees Robijns from NABU.
Entrance is for free, please REGISTER HERE.
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To get a sneak preview of the documentary, check out this link.