Mundiya Kepanga, the Voice of the Forest 52' & 90' by Marc Dozier et Luc Marescot


Rediscover the forest through the fresh viewpoint of a Papuan chief born in Papua New Guinea: Mundiya Kepanga, the "child of the forest". This traditional storyteller unveils the extent of the deforestation that has drastically accelerated in his country in recent years.

Following his journey as an environmental defender, from his own village to the largest international symposiums, the film delivers a new way to look at the  planet: our forests are a universal heritage that we have to save.

Committed to this cause, Mundiya Kepanga becomes an ambassador of the forest and the voice of indigenous people. A call to protect the world’s primal forests, reminding us that we are all the brothers of the trees.


Direction: Marc Dozier & Luc Marescot 

Production: Lato Sensu Production for ARTE France

Genre: Human Stories

Available versions: French, English


Jackson Wild: World Wildlife Day Film Showcase
Winner - category "My Forest: Long Form"
World Wildlife Day Film Showcase
Global Voices Award
Festival de l'Oiseau et de la Nature - Baie de Somme Abbeville, France
Environment Price
Green Image Film Festival - Tokyo, Japon
Green Image Award
Festival du Film Vert
Greenpeace Switzerland
Greenpeace Price
FIFO Tahiti
Public Price
Festival du Film de Masuku - Nature et Environnement - Gabon
Student Jury Price
Festival du Film de Masuku - Nature et Environnement - Gabon
Public Price
Rendez-Vous Carnet de Voyage de Clermont-Ferrand
Prix du Film Chamina Voyages
Festival International Nature Namur
Public Price
Sicili Ambiente Documentary Film Festival
Best Documentary Price
Fête Européenne de l’Image Sous-Marine et de l’Environnement
Palme d'or (Catégorie Vidéos pros)

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