Virunga is a 2014 documentary film that focuses upon the conservation efforts of rangers within Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo and SOCO International, a British company, who began exploring for oil within the park.
The issue of corruption (especially within natural resource extraction) is critically harming those living in extreme poverty around the world. This film highlights the nature of a less than reputable extraction company, showing how they flout laws and conventions to get what they want.
This film screening guide will help you to take this conversation further within your own community. It includes information about how to set up the screening, major themes seen in the movie, discussion questions, and action steps. Click the photo below to download this guide.