Home > Land and Water: 60 Years in the Teotihuacán Valley of Mexico
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Filmed almost 60 years apart, Land and Water and Land and Water Revisited offer a compelling ethnography of the Teotihuacán Valley in Mexico. The first film focuses on land use practices in the area just before the explosive growth and urbanization of Mexico City, while the second film revisits the communities to explore the environmental changes that have resulted from this massive urban development, as well as global climate change.
Length: 87 minutes
Copyright date: ©2020
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