Rewild

Documentary | 4 min 03

Wednesday | November 3rd | 7pm

The film is part of the Splash and Burn activist art campaign within a new forest restoration site on the borders of the Leuser Ecosystem, and reveals a Rewind symbol carved into a palm oil plantation in Sumatra, Indonesia.
The narrative runs in reverse, rewinding the clock on deforestation to undo the damage caused by the unsustainable production of one of the world's most versatile commodities.
Beyond the industrialisation of the land, we end at the beginning, a thriving ecosystem alive with wildlife.

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Director
Nicholas Chin and Ernest Zacharevic

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Indonesia

Rewild

Documentary | 4 min 03

Wednesday | November 3rd | 7pm

The film is part of the Splash and Burn activist art campaign within a new forest restoration site on the borders of the Leuser Ecosystem, and reveals a Rewind symbol carved into a palm oil plantation in Sumatra, Indonesia.
The narrative runs in reverse, rewinding the clock on deforestation to undo the damage caused by the unsustainable production of one of the world's most versatile commodities.
Beyond the industrialisation of the land, we end at the beginning, a thriving ecosystem alive with wildlife.

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Director
Nicholas Chin and Ernest Zacharevic

Country(s)
Indonesia