Presenting...The Trees Don't Talk Anymore!

Presented by The Manu Project, The Trees Don't Talk Anymore takes us deep inside the Peruvian Amazon to a place called Manu National Park, where a hidden culture is navigating an ever changing landscape of modernization.

Directed by Kyle McBurnie, Co-Directed by Andres Melo and Produced by Lina Collado, Kevin Floerke, Brett Garner and Shelby Lynn Johnson.

Length: 25 minutes



Our film premiere date has finally arrived!

The Manú Project is proud to present...our short film - The Trees Don't Talk Anymore! Our film will be premiering, for the first time, in Jackson, WY on May 11, 2017 at the Through Our Lens event. 

Together with Jackson Hole WILD and Orijin as presenters, Through Our Lens will be an event that celebrates gender equality in filmmaking. All films to be screened focus on the human power in tough and different circumstances around the world, from climbing the tallest peaks in Wyoming; to documenting natives deep inside the Peruvian Amazon; to citizens using their voice to protest; to how skiing can affect life. Six short films and excerpts will be screened, followed by a moderated Q&A and ending with a "Meet & Greet" with all the filmmakers.

If you live near Jackson, and wish to attend our event, please visit this site and get some tickets! If you can't make it, stay tuned on May 12th at our website and Facebook for a link to watch our film online!  Our team is extremely grateful for all of the support through this process and very proud to finally bring these stories to light.  

The Manú Project was featured in The Outdoor Journal!

Check out the link to the online version of the article here to learn more about life in these incredible native communities, deep inside Manú National Park, Peruvian Amazon. Written by team member, Kevin Floerke with photographs by Kevin, Lina Collado and Brett Garner.

A team of journalists, photographers and filmmakers document the evolving lives of communities in the Manu region of the Peruvian Amazon....

Happy Holidays to everyone!