Keepers of Eden
Keepers of Eden chronicles the struggles of the Huarani tribe, the indigenous people of Ecuador. They have lived in the cradle of the Amazon Rainforest for thousands of years, but now that cradle is being rocked by the oil industry.
Genre: Feature Documentary
Country of Origin: USA
Running Time: 72 minutes
Medium: High Definition (1080i)
Music by: Eyal Maoz and Huarani Tribe
Rights: All Rights Available
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CAST & CREW
Director: Yoram Porath
Producer: Matt Mazer
Producers:Steven Meyer, Yoram Porath, Christopher Gambale
Executive Producer: Jean-Pierre Delbecq
Editor: Christopher Gambale, Steven Meyer, Yuval Peri
Cinematographer: Yoram Porath
Cast: Joanne WoodwardFeaturing:Penti Baihua, Judith Kimmerling
Narrations Written By: Douglas K. Dempsey and Matt Mazer
Producer's Representative: Ostrow and Company
As oil companies plough deeper into the rainforest and the Huarani's territorial lands, a wave of destruction threatens to erase their very existence. Historical Media® documents the oil companies' questionable practices and the results of contamination. The film traces the pollution, toxic poisoning, and environmental devastation wrought by profit-driven industries. The film is a socio-political exposé which sheds light on the Ecuadorian government's failure to protect its indigenous people and effectively regulate the practice of oil companies.
Narrated by Joanne Woodward, the documentary is a sensitive window into the plight of a people fighting to preserve their culture.