Tracking Patagonia

Tracking Patagonia is a documentary about life in Chile’s wild Patagonia region as it faces the potential construction of five hydroelectric dams on the Baker and Pascua Rivers. Told through the eyes of a young American film crew traveling by bicycle and raft, the film explores the relationship between the people and the landscape, concluding that the very essence of Patagonia depends upon the freedom of its rivers.

Tracking Patagonia has shown internationally at film festivals in the USA, Argentina, and Switzerland. The film was also shown in Patagonia to the original participants during a grassroots tour in 2010. Check out the Tracking Patagonia website for more information.

Tracking Patagonia Documentary

Production still taken while floating the Baker River.

We care more than anything about getting the word out about this cause. You can watch the entire film online in French, Spanish, or English at the Mate Corazón Vimeo page.

If you would like to organize a screening, send us a line and we’ll hook you up with promotional materials. You can also follow Tracking Patagonia on Facebook.