Raimunda: A Quebradeira (2007)

26 Apr


Director: Marcelo Silva

Synopsis: Raimunda: A Quebradeira is a Brazilian documentary about the women who struggle for survival collecting babaçu nuts in the Amazon. It is an inspiring story of resistance and triumph in the Brazilian forest, where War on Want partner organisztion MIQCB supports the 300,000 women who make their living from the nuts. The film provides a rare and intimate look at this remote community of women, whose ecologically sound way of life is under threat, both from the Brazilian government and big business moving in.

Contact: Brought to our attention in 2010 by: Nicola Seyd for London Socialist Film Co-op

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Posted by on April 26, 2012 in Documentary, Environment, Women


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