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In October 2008 ten elephants were captured in Southern Zimbabwe. They were sent to Sondelani Lodge in Southern Matabele. The elephant were captured in order to break them in for elephant-back safaris. Caring people intervened and the elephants were rescued. Nine Little Elephants is a “true life” documentary. The emotions that were captured over the nearly one year of filming make this a compelling and at times heart-wrenching story. The producers had access to all the drama that went into th... 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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Toxic Tears looks at the little-known darker side of the “Green Revolution” in India that transformed agriculture, but has negatively impacted thousands of farmers in the country. The Green Revolution of the mid 20th Century was aimed at greatly reducing starvation in the Third World. But the high-yielding seeds and monocrops central to its success required heavy use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides and water, with a higher cost than the traditional, more natural methods that wer... more

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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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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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Gorakhpur is the second largest city in the mid-Gangetic plains of India. This film tells the story of a city grappling with the dual pressures of urbanization an...more
 
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Pregnancy today involves an overwhelming amount of choices. This film takes an in-depth look at one family and the holistic path they have chosen for raising their 2-year ol...more
 
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The Value of the Land reflects one of the gravest situations currently affecting Mexico’s rural areas: the loss of farming land as a result of peasants selling their communa...more
 
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Meat is now central to the daily meals of billions of people. The environmental, climate, public health, ethical, and human impacts are enormous and remain largel...more
 
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Somewhere in Kenya there is an old fisherman called Mashoud, who believes in his stories, stories which paint a picture of a world of fantasy where the sea has a spirit, men ca...more
 
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In the year 2050, there will be 9 billion people in the world. How do we make sure every mouth is fed? This series takes us around the world to examine the future of food. I...more
 
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