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Documentary Hack
A Thousand SunsBy Go Project Films

In a Nutshell

This documentary spotlights the Gamo people of southwestern Ethiopia, who have practiced sustainable organic farming for over 10,000 years.

Favorite Quote

Technology without limits has pushed us to this precipice of almost self-destruction, because we have viewed nature as simply something to be used by humans for economic growth and power.

Mary Evelyn Tucker, author and professor at Yale Divinity School


In the age of industrial agriculture, attitudes of superiority over nature have led to environmental abuse that is putting humanity's survival in question.

But there are those who have practiced sustainable farming for millennia and can offer a glimpse into a more harmonious relationship with nature.

Go Project Films is an Emmy-nominated documentary production company aimed at shining a light on global issues.

In A Thousand Suns, the filmmakers explore the organic farming practices of the Gamo people of southwestern Ethiopia, which could be the key to humanity's survival.

The film also presents the ways in which Western organizations have attempted to influence the Gamo people and other indigenous farmers.

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