Connections Movement
P.O. Box 316, Girdwood, AK, 99597,

This explosive film is set against the backdrop of historic protests, as the people of Chile rise up for social and environmental rights.

COMING 2022 / 65 Min

Run Time: ~65 minutes

Filmed: 2019-2020

Release: 2022

Filming Locations: Chile

Languages: English, Spanish

Subtitles: English, Spanish 


Produced & Directed: Rafael Pease

Assistant Producer: Pablo Tapia

Principal Cinematography: Joonas Mattila

Additional Cinematography: Pedro Campos, Erich Roepke, Sergio Infante

Aerial Cinematography: Joonas Mattila, Erich Roepke, Sergio Infante

Photography: Greg Von Doersten, Erich Roepke

Editor: Daniel Tomasello, Calef Inostroza

Original Music: Felipe Cuadra

Sound Design & Mixing: Alberto “Tito” Martinez

Translator: Rafael Pease

Colorist: Daniel Tomasello

Graphic Design: Ingrid Céspedes

Featuring: Mauricio Purto, Sergio Infante, Fernanda Miranda, Jorge Perez, Andres Charrier, Pilar Valenzuela, Chris Moscoso, Fabian Jaksic, Marcos Contreras, Marcela Mella, Benito Gonzalez, Mary Kalin, Jurgen Rottmann, Gaston Rizos, Rafael Pease, Erich Roepke, Jeremy Anderson

The proposed area for the Tupungato National Park has unique characteristics, stretched wtihin a ecological region called the Andean High Steppe and a subregion of the Mediterranean Andes. These ecosystems are under-represented in the National System of Protected Areas of the country. The size of this area is 350,889 acres, with an additional 41,464 acres eventually added,  coming to a total of 392,353 acres. This incredible area sits only 43 miles away from the heart of Santiago, Chile and very easily accessible from all sides of the city. This is the last region that can potentially stay in public hands and create something beautiful which will allow not only all Chileans but people from all around the world to come enjoy the beauty of nature and promote educational conservation for all generations.