Confluir is an enviro-adventure documentary about the Marañón River, source of the Amazon. It will be released in 2018 and we are taking it back to the communities where it was filmed. Screenings coming to remote Andean communities May-November 2018! Get in touch with us if you would like to join this film festival flotilla, or if you would like to host a screening in your own hometown anywhere around the world.
This year we hope to show the Spanish version of Confluir in as many riverside villages as possible, but to do this we need your help! The goal is simple, spread river protection love and show the locals that we hugely appreciate all their work protecting the Marañón!
There will be several commercial and private rafting trips departing May-November 2018 which are open for individuals or groups to join. Each of these trips will stop in a village on their journey down the river. Armed with projector, generator, screen and sound equipment, Confluir will be bought to the village for everyone to see. Participants will be able to join the fiesta in the village and enjoy a truly unique journey down the Marañón River. We cannot make these screenings happen without willing participants to join us on the river!
If you are a a private group traveling down the river this year we would love to hear from you so we can coordinate for you to take the film to one of these villages! There are a dozen communities that we would love to coordinate screenings in, but we need your help to make it happen!
|12th May Premier in Tupén
Spaces Available to join this 7 Day river Journey, launching May 9, hosted by Marañón Experience
|24th June screening in Jecúmbuy
|Private Trip hosted for Her Odyssey, hosted by Marañón Experience
|2nd July screening in Mendán
Spaces Available to join this 8 Day river Journey, launching June 30, hosted by Marañón Experience
|TBA Puerto Malleta
Contact travel partner Marañón Experience to join a trip, organise custom dates or your own a private trip for which Marañón Waterkeeper can coordinate a screening!