Pushed Up The Mountain

Series: Portland EcoFilm Festival

PUSHED UP THE MOUNTAIN is a poetic and emotionally intimate film about plants, the people who care for them, and the complex relationship between nature and colonialism. Through the tale of the migrating rhododendron, now endangered in its native China, the film reveals how high the stakes are for all living organisms in this time of unprecedented destruction of the natural world.

Followed by a live Q&A with director Julia Haslett.

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Wheelchair accessible
Yes
Year
2020
Runtime
76 mins
Assistive Listening
Available
Open Captions (subtitles)
No
Format
Digital
Director
Julia Haslett
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