I produced this short video on the Guyana rainforest and the Amerindian indigenous people living there. It is important to educate the world about the beauty of people and place in the Amazon regions of South America. These ecosystems are threatened with destruction due to mining and deforestation. If we lose the Amazon rainforest, this will displace tens of thousands of peaceful Indian people from their forest homes, force them into urban poverty within cities and destroy countless unique species dependent upon this ecosystem. Indeed, the entire world will suffer from the negative impacts as the Amazon forests are the lungs of our beloved Mother Earth.
If you enjoy, please vote for this short from now until midnight, July 19 2011, on the Possible Futures Film Contest website possiblefuturesfilmcontest.org/film_25361255/ . Everyone can register to participate here: possiblefuturesfilmcontest.org/voters/registration/ :) It's easy; just created a user name & password & provide an email addy. PFFC then sends a verification link to your email - might take a couple of minutes, so please be patient :)! - click on it, and VOILA! You are all set to sign in w/user name & password to cast your vote for my film :D! If I can place among the finalists it would help tremendously towards continuing documentary work to promote preservation of South American and Caribbean indigenous cultures and rainforest regions - thanks for watching and for your support !
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