Fracking The Contract


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is a film commissioned by local Portuguese politicians to protect their land from the threat of  hostile energy companies

Oil and gas companies are exploring the Algarve region of southern Portugal with permits in place to begin extraction. The local community is at odds with these plans. Fishermen, local mayors, home-owners, farmers, and the general tourism industry are vigorously lobbying against this proposed development. Fracking exploration is already creating a serious threat and can lead to an increase in earthquakes and water contamination.

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The Algarve is a beautiful land, a “food forest” where oranges, figs,  almonds, olives, and a bounty of nature’s wealth offers locals a connection with nature many do not enjoy. The light, the history, the  surf, the progressive culture all lend itself to romance and an earthy connection with the land. Local government, industry whistleblowers, renewable energy experts,  politicians, artists, filmmakers, farmers and activists have teamed up to push out oil development before it starts. This project is in partnership with the Loulé Film Commission. The Portuguese version of the film toured the nation in 2019 with a variety of activist organizations

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