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The local communities of Colombia, victims of the intensive oil palm production extolled by the government, take the floor. Peasants, farmers and indigenous people fight hard to reclaim their land, to the cost of their lives.
Nicolas Richat is a Brazilian director. Having graduated from the Centro integral de Experimentación en Video y Cine, Buenos Aires, he worked for a cultural channel from 2003 to 2008 and experimented with different audiovisuel formats. In 2008, he became freelance. He is now the co-founder of Gancho, a production company that creates documentaries.
Frontera Invisible is Nico Muzi’s first documentary as director. He is director of communications for Transport & Environment at Europe’s leading NGO campaigning for cleaner transport and fuels. After joining the company, Nico campaigned extensively on the social and environmental impact of biofuels, which was the first step of a journey that took Gancho and Transport & Environment to Colombia. Nico is also a tireless storyteller.