The Land of Azaba

Co-presented by The Working Centre and KW Professional Organizers

Addressing climate change is the existential question of our time, but climate change and bio-diversity loss are two sides to the same coin. The Land of Azaba is the first feature documentary on the subject of ecological restoration, and it is set in one of the world’s first “hot spots” for increasing and maintaining bio-diversity, Campanarios de Azaba Nature Reserve in Western Spain. The Land of Azaba immerses the viewer in a magical world where humans and wildlife work together to restore the largest remaining tract of wild nature in western Europe. The survival of many rare and endangered species, including ancient oaks, insects, vultures, aurochs and horses, is at stake.

“The film is a meditation, a revelation and, it is hoped, a signpost to the future.” —Laurence Kardish, Curator Emeritus, Museum of Modern Art

“A wonderful film about a deserted region in Central Spain to which wild creatures are returning: foxes and turtles, vultures and wolves, archaic horses and pigs. The Land of Azaba is a landscape of hope where the recovery of nature goes hand in hand with opportunities for local communities. An inspiring project about rewilding in Europe. Truly moving, timely and important!” —Christof Mauch, Director, Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society


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