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When the earth calls, we should answer. Amazingly brave and responsible young people are listening and taking the world in their hands.

Ages 8-10 | 80 minutes | Presented in English and original languages with English subtitles

Dipsas Speaks

Ecuador's Cayambe Coca National Park's diversity and lush wildlife are threatened more and more each year due to deforestation and the ever-growing agricultural industry. A snake living in this national park notices these changes, the lack in food and shelter, the disappearing forest, and wonders what the future holds. Filmed on an agroforestry site, this film raises awareness for the species native to this park and hopes to preserve the natural beauty and diversity in light of the deforestation.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    6 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
  • Premiere
    Midwest Premiere
  • Note
    THEMES: Animals/Wildlife, Plants/Trees, Climate Change/Global Warming
  • Director
    Craig Daniel Leon
  • Screenwriter
    Craig Leon
  • Producer
    Damián Sánchez, Craig Daniel Leon