Consisting of more than 60% of Paraguay’s land area, the Chaco is a semi-arid region also known as the green hell.
Since 1950’s the German Mennonite colonies have progressively occupied more than 90% of the territory inhabited by local indigenous communities. Without their land, natives’ ancestral way of living and culture are dramatically at risk.
In years where migrations and the coexistence of cultures are becoming crucial issues of our time, A Land introduces you to this silent conflict and invites you to reflect on the difficulties and opportunities of multiculturalism.
"A Land" is PHmuseum's second short documentary, part of a series that aims to explore the diverse cultural heritage of the Latin American continent while exploring universal issues.