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by Daniele Incalcaterra, Fausta Quattrini


“El Impenetrable”, my previous film, tells the story of a family inheritance: 5,000 hectares of virgin forest, half the area of Paris. As protagonist and director of the film, I pursued the notion of returning this “inherited land” to its original people: the Guarani Ñandevas. In order to save the 5,000 hectares from deforestation, I decided to create a perpetual nature reserve which we called Arcadia.

original title: Chaco
country: Argentina, Italy, Switzerland
year: 2017
genre: fiction
directed by: Daniele Incalcaterra, Fausta Quattrini
film run: 106'
screenplay: Daniele Incalcaterra, Fausta Quattrini
cinematography by: Cobi Migliora
film editing: Fausta Quattrini, Marzia Mete
music: Luciano Zampar
producer: Daniele Incalcaterra, Riccardo Annoni, Alexandre Iordachescu
executive producer: Daniele Incalcaterra
production: Start, Elefant Films Sàrl
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