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The diversity of the Seed Law movement includes documentary filmmakers who have accompanied the process since its inception. Most recently, the cooperative Communication Liberation Army (ECL) and state-owned media-house Villa del Cine produced the film, Más allá de la mina (More than the Mine). The documentary tells the story of the oil industry and its dependency in Venezuela through the eyes of young woman studying biology and chemistry. The film documents food sovereignty processes in states such as Mérida and puts on center stage, Venezuela’s current challenge of diversifying the country’s economy and encouraging young scientists to lend their skills to ecological agricultural development. (Venezuela Analysis/Jeanette Charles).
The diversity of the Seed Law movement includes documentary filmmakers who have accompanied the process since its inception. Most recently, the cooperative Communication Liberation Army (ECL) and state-owned media-house Villa del Cine produced the film, Más allá de la mina (More than the Mine). The documentary tells the story of the oil industry and its dependency in Venezuela through the eyes of young woman studying biology and chemistry. The film documents food sovereignty processes in states such as Mérida and puts on center stage, Venezuela’s current challenge of diversifying the country’s economy and encouraging young scientists to lend their skills to ecological agricultural development. (Venezuela Analysis/Jeanette Charles).