Teresa Cristina Bracher, Documenta Pantanal’s organizer, talks about the beginning of the story behind RUIVALDO – O HOMEM QUE SALVOU A TERRA, a film by Jorge Bodanzky and João Farkas, that portraits Ruivaldo Nery de Andrade.
The photographer João Farkas, member of Documenta Pantanal, talks to Repórter Eco, a TV Cultura show, about the project and his expeditions to the region. Watch the video below:
Our partners from Onçafari produced a video explaining What is Pantanal. Watch it below. The Associação Onçafari was created to promote the environment conservation and to contribute with the social and economical growth of the region, by encouraging ecotourism and scientific studies. Read more about Onçafari at www.oncafari.org
The Pantanal is the largest floodplain on the planet, recognized by the Brazilian Constitution as a “National Heritage”. The importance of the Pantanal is attested by the various titles it has, such as the Biosphere Reserve and UNESCO World Heritage Site with three sites of international importance, recognized by the Ramsar Convention for Wetlands. “…