Old Lord Savanna
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Cinedelia presents:

Old Lord Savanna

General Audience 2018 93min

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40 million yeas in a movie. This documentary is a campaign in defense of the Brazilian Savanna that suffers from deforestation record, taking an entire ecosystem to extinction. Concerned, some residents of the Chapada dos Veadeiros decide to unite to defend nature. Developing a management plan challenges them to reconcile different interests by opening a necessary dialogue between the scientific community, family farmers, large landowners and environmentalists.

Directed by

André D’Elia

Produced by

Cinedelia

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Fundação Mais Serrado

Official Support

Fundação Mais Cerrado,O2 Filmes,Estúdios Quanta,Taiua Ambiental

Category

Documentary

4.9 rating
278 Screenings
10.6 K audience
10.6 K total aud.
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Old Lord Savanna (2018)

Age rating: General Audience

This movie is available for public screening at Videocamp. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by André D’Elia

Produced by Cinedelia

Coproduction --

Sponsorship Fundação Mais Serrado

Official Support Fundação Mais Cerrado,O2 Filmes,Estúdios Quanta,Taiua Ambiental

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Social issues Environment Politics

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Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese, Portuguese BR

Standard English, Spanish

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Synopsis

40 million yeas in a movie. This documentary is a campaign in defense of the Brazilian Savanna that suffers from deforestation record, taking an entire ecosystem to extinction. Concerned, some residents of the Chapada dos Veadeiros decide to unite to defend nature. Developing a management plan challenges them to reconcile different interests by opening a necessary dialogue between the scientific community, family farmers, large landowners and environmentalists.