GRINGO TRAILS POSTER

Are tourists destroying the planet — or saving it ?

“a film more than a decade in the making…looks at the effect of the unplanned or mismanaged growth of the tourism industry in developing countries.” – CNN

“Anthropologist Pegi Vail uses her academic background to excellent effect in her feature-film debut” – The Hollywood Reporter

sparking much needed discussions about what it means to be a traveler” – National Geographic Traveler

“an important and moving film.”  Outside 

required viewing for all thoughtful travelers.” – Conde Nast Traveler

“5/5 Stars! Cleverly edited and beautifully shot” – NOW Toronto

THEATRICAL RELEASE!
SEPT 4-18 CINEMA VILLAGE NEW YORK CITY
SEPT 12-18 FACETS CINEMATHEQUE CHICAGO PREMIERE
OCT 10-16 A/PERTURE CINEMA WINSTON-SALEM
DEC 4-10 KINO CENTRAL BERLIN

SEPT 20: BLACK BOX, MALMÖ UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN 2PM@ Ørecomm Voice & Matter, In Collaboration With Folkets Bio Malmö & Doc Lounge (Q&A w/ Director Pegi Vail)

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