“It is not just a film. It is connecting movements, supporting women leaders and building amazing strategic partnerships.
It has tremendous International communications possibilities.”
Tzeoprah Berman, Program Director for Stand.earth
We are adjusting to the pandemic by “going virtual” with the film’s impact campaign. We are offering groups and communities the opportunity to organize online events: HD screenings, live Q&As, discussion forums and joint fundraisers.
Listen to the true leaders of the Climate Justice Movement! You can register to our upcoming events, watch the Q&As of our past events and take action to support those leading the charge for a brighter future.
Indigenous peoples defend Earth’s biodiversity – but they’re in danger
Comprising less than 5% of the world’s population…
… Indigenous people protect 80% of global biodiversity.
Our Collaborative Impact Campaign.
The Condor and the Eagle is a powerful way to present the inspiring work of land defenders and activists to large audiences across the world. The film asks how social change happens, and explores best practices on how to build effective social movements.
By joining our campaigning work, you are supporting empathetic and effective movement-building towards powerful change and calls to action.
When so many of us feel isolated and helpless, The Condor & The Eagle brings us together in these times of crisis – reminds us of our deep interconnectedness with the Earth and one another. Never-before-seen images expose the global rise of land and water protectors across the Americas!
The Condor & The Eagle is both beautiful and devastating. It gives us a sense of hope if only we realign ourselves with the natural laws.
Casey Camp-Horinek, Ponca Tribe, Oklahoma
It is both a profound work of climate journalism and an exhilarating, emotional adventure film.
Douglas Blush, Oscar-Winning Producer
It is an important Documentary witnessing how Indigenous people are organizing their communities around Mother wisdom.
Mark Ruffalo, Academy Award Nominee
The film invites non-indigenous people to understand that what is done to Mother Earth directly impacts humanity around the world.
Pennie Opal-Plant, co-founder of Idle No More SF Bay
Instead of being descriptive in nature, the film gives Indigenous people a voice and exposes the problems they face through their own eyes.
Andre Singer, President of The Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain
Our film showcases a truly inclusive movement led by the most brutalized and impacted.
Sophie Guerra, Film Co-Director
More than 50 world-renown festivals have screened “The Condor & The Eagle”!