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For most Hungarian people, the word “Balaton” means a joyful holiday. For the inhabitants around the lake, it is more about the workers’ everyday life. And for the one... more
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In 2010 the worst floods in living memory ripped through Pakistan. Millions of people were displaced and vital crops destroyed. A small disaster relief team from Europe set out to make a difference to the beleaguered Pakistani people. The team set out to supply food aid for the live stock that was starving in the wake of the floods. Filmmaker Phillip Lennon accompanied the team. This is his story.

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Who would consider soya suspicious? As a symbol of a vegetarian diet, soy is usually associated with nature, balance, and health. So what a surprise it is to be told that today this legume is putting the whole Amazon rainforest in jeopardy – with potentially devastating consequences. The soybean has become one of the most consumed products, especially since the mad cow epidemic ravaged several countries. At this point in time, there is a pressing need for increasing soybean production in order t... more

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YWCA Muskoka’s “Fairly Foul Project – Chemicals, Cosmetics and YOU” was designed to engage young women, particularly those living in Canada, to be aware of the contents of the cosmetics they use. This film highlights the connections between women, their cosmetic products and their health.

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Do you know where your water comes from? In the semi-arid landscape of the Cuvelai River Basin, an inquisitive student, called Nelago, sets off on a journey of discovery. Her curiosity leads her to breathtaking waterfalls, inside a world-class hydro power plant, and even across the border to Angola, where she learns to never again take access to safe drinking water for granted. Nelago’s Journey eventually leads her back to her village tap, where water all the way from the Kunene River in Angola make... more

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How much unspoiled nature should we preserve and what do we sacrifice for clean, renewable energy? Dreamland gradually turns into a disturbing picture of corporate power taking over nature and small communities. It’s the dark side of green energy. Dreamland is a film about a nation standing at cross-roads. Leading up to the country’s greatest economic crisis, the government started the largest mega project in the history of Iceland, to build the biggest dam in Europe to provide Alco... more

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This documentary explores the complicated dynamics of the mining industry in Chile. Focusing on the mining project called Pascua Lama, being developed by the Canadian Barrick Gold Corporation in Northern Chile, this documentary dives into the reality of developing countries which due to unwilling governments who lack long-term vision, sell their natural resources without considering sustainable development strategies for their communities, thus fostering a new model of colonization sponsored by th... more

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Steve Marsh, an organic farmer, lost his certification when his neighbour's GM canola blew over his fence. Despite attempts to settle the matter, there was no resolution available other than to take his neighbour to court. Long time friends ended up fighting in court. We now know that Monsanto funded the GM farmer in this David versus Goliath battle for the future of food and Steve's right to grow GM free organic food. Using the legal rights of common law trespass and nuisance Steve argued that hi... more

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Sea Shepherd has always considered the Galapagos one of the world’s last untouched wildernesses. But even in this remote part of the world, human encroachment is taking ...more
 
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En el Camino del Gas tells the story of a small community affected by the explosion of a natural gas pipeline from the perspectives of the community, local politicians, and ...more
 
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Documentary shot in an agroforestry workshop by Cooperativa Sitio, in Viseu, Portugal, about all the knowledge and philosophy that's behind it and the interest of so man...more
 
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Armila is a 600-person village in the indigenous Guna Yala region of Panama. Regional pride is ubiquitous, but as Western customs, technologies and ideals are adopted by th...more
 
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On Our Land chronicles the experiences of rural communities in Papua New Guinea who are being dispossessed of their land and natural resources through illegal loggin...more
 
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Set against the backdrop of the 2009 recession, Where Have All The Mermaids Gone? looks at the tough choices Americans make to survive through the lens of the Montauk fisherme...more
 
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