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Hope Takes Wing

$20.00

This production chronicles the history of the Whooping crane, while highlighting the OM-developed reintroduction method currently being used to safeguard the species from extinction. Hope Takes Wing  details the 2003 southward ultralight-guided journey, and finishes with the cranes somewhat different return trip north in the spring of 2004.

Lolita: Slave to Entertainment

$20.00$50.00

If you saw BLACKFISH, you will want to see LOLITA. In 2002, Valerie Silidker and Tim Gorski set out to uncover the real life story of Lolita, the worlds oldest performing whale. Their journey delivered them from Miami Florida to San Juan Island where she was captured 3 decades ago. The intimate, heart-rending tale unfolded before them as they unearthed many heavily guarded secrets of the multi-billion dollar Marine Theme Park industry. Viewers travel with Gorski and Silidker as they visit Lolitas immediate family in the wild and interview the renowned orca biologist Ken Balcomb who wants her back.

We Are Traffic! / Return of the Scorcher

$25.00$100.00
These two classic bikeumentaries explore bicycle use and bicycle cultures in China, Europe, and the U.S. and show how bicycling is being taken up by many as a vital and powerful response to various environmental and social problems.

DVD: Colleges/Universities/Community Screenings   $100
DVD: K-12 Schools  $49
DVD: Public Libraries (Circulation Only), Home Video $25

 

Tongpan

$20.00$50.00

RENT for 2.99, or PURCHASE a digital download above for 9.99 for home video.

The British Film Institute calls Tongpan “One of the most important “third world” films of the decade. It is based on the real life experience of a farmer from the poverty-stricken Northeast region of Thailand. Tongpan and his family are forced off their land when a dam built nearby caused their farm to be flooded and left it parched in the dry.

The Faces of Environmental Injustice In Cincinnati

$35.00

“The Faces of Environmental Injustice in Cincinnati” explores the adverse health and other effects felt by economically poor and minority communities that too often face the brunt of environmental pollution and poor land-use planning. Polluting industries, coupled with poor regulation and decision-making, can add up to a toxic mix of pollution that poisons entire neighborhoods. While this story takes place in Cincinnati, Ohio, the tale can be transposed to many other metropolitan ares across the United States, and the world.

Stories From the Seventh Fire – Winter/Spring

$19.99

Tales of Wesakechak and Wolf Tale

In these beautifully animated legends, many life and environmental lessons are given. The beauty, bounty, and vulnerability of Mother Earth through the seasons shines in these gentle, fun, and at times mischievous Native legends.

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THE PARK

$7.95

THE PARK is an inspiring documentary about a neighborhood city park and how its existence affects the people who visit the park and the employees who work there. The story is set in a particular local big city park (to symbolize urban parks everywhere) and takes the audience on a journey inside this park and what it means to the people and its surrounding community.

Return of the Peregrine

$19.99

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A good news documentary program on the removal of the Peregrine Falcon from Canada’s Endangered Species List. It chronicles this majestic bird of prey’s journey back from the brink of extinction. A success story filled with adventure and intrigue, it is also a human tale of friendship, courage and vision.

Return of the Dodo

$49.00$69.00

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A shared fascination for the Dodo, a passion for wildlife, and desire to protect ecosystems is what unites a characterful group of artists and scientists. They inspire each other to reconstruct in bronze nine extinct creatures from Mauritius, including the Dodo, for return to their natural habitat.

Guardians of Aldabra

$19.95$150.00

Aldabra is a World Heritage Site situated in the extreme south-west of the Seychelles archipelago. It represents one of the most pristine environments of the entire world and is the biggest raised atoll on Earth. This film documents the activities of the rangers and researchers involved in the conservation efforts of Aldabra’s numerous species and its environment.

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Fed Up!

$19.00$59.00

PRODUCED BY WHOLESOME GOODNESS PRODUCTIONS. 2002 56 mins

About 70% of the food we eat contains genetically engineered ingredients and the biotech industry is spending $50 million a year to convince us that this technology is our only hope. Using hilarious and disturbing archival footage and featuring interviews with farmers, scientists, government officials and activists, FED UP! presents an entertaining and compelling overview of our current food production system from the Green Revolution to the Biotech Revolution and what we can do about it.

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Home Video $19

K-12 Schools, Non-Profits, Public Libraries (PPR) $39
Universities, Colleges, Businesses (includes PPR) $59

Aamakaar – The Turtle People

$34.95$150.00

FROM INDIA: Aamakaar tells the story of preservation. A people of a village in North Kerala fight to preserve their village, and their livelihoods, threatened by sand mining on their estuary.

ANCIENT FUTURES: Learning from Ladakh

$24.95$150.00

Includes 2014 Bonus Material.

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How we can learn about ecological solutions from an ancient culture? Ladakh, or Little Tibet, is a wildly beautiful desert land high in the western Himalayas. It is a place of few resources and an extreme climate. Yet, for more than a thousand years, it has been home to a thriving culture. Then came development. Centuries of ecological balance and social harmony are under threat from modernization. The breakdown of Ladakh’s culture and environment forces us to re-examine what we really mean by progress.

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DVD: Colleges/Universities, Gov’t, Businesses $99
(includes Public Performance Rights)
DVD: With Digital Streaming License $150
DVD: K-12 Schools and Public Libraries (PPRs) $29
DVD: Home Video $24.95
Digital Streaming License (no DVD) $120
 

French Fries to Go

$19.00$75.00

French Fries’ is the story about a guy, his truck and a bunch of used vegetable oil. This funny and inspiring piece follows Charris Ford, ‘The Granola Ayatollah of Canola’ as he makes the rounds in his veggie fuel powered rig. This film is very timely and unlike many environmental films, really makes you laugh. With Daryl Hannah, Dennis Weaver and internationally renowned physician Doctor Andrew Wiel.