Green Death of the Forests


Green Death of The Forests is an unusual film. It is both a hard-hitting portrayal of the causes and consequences of deforestation in Indonesia and a film which captures the tranquillity and calm of wild nature. It contains no narrative or dialogue and yet helps us understand complex commodity chains.

It was made with a small camera by a single person on a tourist visa and has beaten much larger production teams and healthily funded groups to the most prestigious prizes in environmental film-making.

Green needs to be taken seriously. That means it, and the issues it touches upon, need to be studied critically. We hope that this will facilitate the action and be thinking that Green requires. For it is difficult just to watch it, but what to do requires some thought.


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