Ecuador’s Secret Oil Road” exposes the Ecuadorian government’s cover-up of illegal activities by the state-owned oil industry in the Amazon. Nina Bigalke’s investigative video shows exclusive undercover footage she shot of an illegal and highly destructive road built by oil giant Petroamazonas deep in the rainforest - cutting through what biologists identified to be the most biodiverse place on earth: Yasuní National Park. In sharp contrast to the video evidence – corroborated by geographers at the university of Padua – Ecuador’s Hydrocarbon Secretary told Nina in a rare exclusive on-screen interview that she is “positive” that there is no road. The video also includes footage shot inside the “ground zero of the oil controversy” (National Geographic), an oil block called “ITT”, infamous for a failed international high-profile initiative to keep the oil in the ground. It highlights the acute dangers faced by local environmentalists and indigenous communities opposing oil developments.