The idea of films about sociobiodiversity products is to prove that an agroecological path is not only possible, but already exists. Sustainable land management and ancestral knowledge about plants and food are potential tools for local development, food security and the economic and cultural autonomy of traditional and settled communities. Families are involved in a web from cultivation to commercialization, configuring a respectful, collaborative and profitable system of coexistence with nature. An ecosystem that guarantees the conservation and maintenance of the forest, especially the life of us all.