2009. Venezuela, Argentina. vo Spanish.

From an agroecological and alternative perspective to capitalist globalization, "monte culebra" approaches the productive and organizational processes of peasant collective experiences in western Venezuela.

A critical look at the agricultural development model that the Bolivarian government's agrarian policy promotes in rural cooperatives as a strategy to achieve food sovereignty. In addition, the evaluation of self-managed peasant experiences that practice agroecology -for more than 30 years- and participate in a network of food production and distribution through urban consumer fairs. "Monte Culebra" traces the history of Venezuelan rural displacement (common denominator in the world's peasant populations) and its resistance.

In a context of corporate media dictatorship, community television emerged as a tool for the counter-hegemonic struggle, accompanying the experiences of rural life. Agroecological practices, inspired by ancestral methods and peasant rationality, insurge the agribusiness-educational paradigm and challenge the creativity of a government that tests new forms of territorial political action.