No One Eats Coal (Ninguém Come Carvão)
1991, 14:00 minutes, colour, Portuguese
Directed by Vincent Carelli
Mining companies, who use vegetable coal from indigenous forests to produce pig iron, are setting up in the area of the Carajas Project in the south of Para and Maranhao. This exacerbates the violent struggle over territory and the environmental devastation of the region.
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