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JOIN US online Dec 5 & 6 for The Condor & the Eagle

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THIS WEEKEND: We are excited to share two opportunities to see the award winning film The Condor and the Eagle followed by live discussions with filmmakers, Ponca elder Casey Camp Horinek and Movement Rights team December 5 & 6.

With thanks to the filmmakers, our friends at Eaton Workshop, actress Cara Delevingne and EcoResolution we are thrilled to not only be part of the discussion, but beneficiaries of both showings.  

Both showings offer sliding scale If you haven’t seen this powerful award-winning climate justice documentary film following four Indigenous leaders on an extraordinary trans-continental journey, from the Canadian Boreal forests to the heart of the Amazonian jungle, now is the time.  


The December 5 screening is part of Eaton Workshop’s inaugural ‘Another World is Possible’, impact-driven virtual multimedia festival. Join them on December 3 – 7 for 12 short films and 1 feature documentary, 6 live panels, and 7 musical performances. All connected by their imagining of a more just and fairer world.  Registration is free, donations will support the work of Movement Rights.  The Condor and the Eagle film screening will be followed by a panel discussion.


Register for this screening, followed by a live Q&A with activists and representatives of impacted communities: the land and water protectors who are rising up against human rights abuses and environmental destruction, including Movement Rights’ Digital Strategist Iris Rodriguez of Xica Media, and Casey Camp Horinek.

This event is inclusive, free to those who can’t afford it. For all others, suggested donations on a sliding scale of $15-100 are requested in lieu of a flat ticket price. The collected funds will support MOVEMENT RIGHTS.

The Condor and the Eagle is so much more than a film—it is a love story to the leadership of Indigenous peoples and the climate justice movement offering our best hope for the future.  We are so grateful to the award-winning film makers who chose not to sell the film to a screening service, but offer the film free for movement screenings.  

We hope to see you this weekend at one of these two powerful screenings and discussions. 


Can’t make the screening but want to donate to Movement Rights?  Click here.