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Sun and Man

$49.00$249.00

It is our light, our warmth, our food. Humans rise with it and fear its disappearance. We are so accustomed to its presence that we forgot it was born and will die someday. But how well do we really know the Sun?

DVD: Colleges/Universities $249
(includes Public Performance Rights)
DVD: K-12 Schools $89
DVD: Public Libraries (Circulation Only) $49

CURRENT REVOLUTION Transforming America’s Electric Grid

$39.00$250.00


From substations to gas stations, boardrooms to military bases — this film tells the story of America’s energy industry on the brink of massive change. Whether it fails, prevails or adapts, the outcome will profoundly affect us all. This is the first in a series of new films about the future of the U.S. energy grid from American Resilience Project, producers of award-winning Tidewater.

Digital Site Licenses Available, contact sales@greenplanetfilms.org
Colleges/Universities $150
(includes Public Performance Rights)
K-12 Schools $79
Public Libraries $39
(Circulation Only)
Community Screening License $150

Family of Fear

$39.00$150.00

Family of Fear shares the story of a group of people brought together by their love of haunted houses. They come to scare people. Some come from broken homes, are bullied in school, have depression, loneliness and other concerns. But in the Arx Mortis haunted house they found a family. This documentary is about finding inclusion and community in one of the scariest places in the USA.
Digital Site Licenses Available, contact sales@greenplanetfilms.org
Colleges/Universities $150
(includes Public Performance Rights)
K-12 Schools $79
Public Libraries $39
(Circulation Only)
Community Screening License $150

Looking for the Wild

$39.00$129.00

Unai is a 10-years-old boy who travels with his family on an extraordinary journey around the world. His father, a nature photographer, has the mission to search for seven emblematic animals to photograph and communicate the delicate situation in which they find themselves. For over a year, following in his footsteps Unai shares with his sister and his mother experiences that convey an unconditional love for nature. Wolves, elephants, lions, bison, penguins, hornbills and crocodiles are the protagonists of this exciting journey across all continents.

Digital Site Licenses Available, contact sales@greenplanetfilms.org

Colleges/Universities $129
(includes Public Performance Rights)
K-12 Schools $79
Public Libraries $39
(Circulation Only)
Community Screening License $129

MOVE ! Dance Your Life

$39.00$150.00

STREET DATE 9-25-18

MOVE ! Dance your life is a beautiful, emotional, poetic and aesthetic film about dance around the world. Without narration or spoken word, the film’s primary language is Dance, a universal medium. Take a visual journey to 18 different destinations around the world and experience the beauty and emotion of dance with over 20 dancers wearing stunning and colorful costumes in a variety of indoor and outdoor scenes. MOVE ! shows humanity’s vital need for dance.

Digital Site Licenses Available, contact sales@greenplanetfilms.org

Colleges/Universities $150
(includes Public Performance Rights)
K-12 Schools $79
Public Libraries $39
(Circulation Only)
Community Screening License $150

Atlantic Salmon – Lost at Sea

$39.00$150.00

An epic journey through the oceanic kingdom of the Atlantic Salmon in an attempt to unravel the mystery of their life at sea. Salmon are plummeting to critical levels. The cause is mortality at sea. For the first time, using the latest DNA technology, scientists are tracking the salmon from the rivers into the vast North Atlantic and back again, in hopes of finding an answer before it’s too late.

Digital Site Licenses Available, contact sales@greenplanetfilms.org

Colleges/Universities $150
(includes Public Performance Rights)
K-12 Schools $89
Public Libraries $39
(Circulation Only)
Community Screening License $150

Searching for the Gold Spot

$39.00$149.00

Searching for the Gold Spot: The Wild after Wildfire is a film about the rapid and amazing comeback of the wild in forests after wildfire. The story follows teams of scientists through the Sierra Nevada, the Cascades Mountains and beyond, and shows hundreds of living, breathing reasons why our publicly owned forests need to be saved from large-scale logging projects.

Digital Site Licenses Available, contact sales@greenplanetfilms.org

Colleges/Universities $149
(includes Public Performance Rights)
K-12 Schools $79
Public Libraries $39
(Circulation Only)
Community Screening License $149

A Word to the Wise

$39.00$99.00

This documentary introduces us to Douglas Lui Fo’oa, a husband and father from the Solomon Islands, one of the most remote places on Earth. He is our guide and as he shares his wisdom with us, we travel around some of the Islands’ amazing locations, slowly understanding the almost idyllic qualities of this archipelago and its people.

Digital Site Licenses Available, contact sales@greenplanetfilms.org

Colleges/Universities $99
(includes Public Performance Rights)
K-12 Schools $59
Public Libraries $39
(Circulation Only)
Community Screening License $99

 

GREEN OUT fundraiser TICKETS

$15.00

TICKETS TO GREEN OUT ARE $15 in advance and $20 AT THE DOOR (if available)

EVENT LISTING

WHO: Green Planet Films: a non profit distributor of nature and environmental films

WHAT: GREEN OUT Outdoor Activity Silent Auction and wine tasting.

WHEN: Tuesday April 5, 2016, 6 – 9pm

WHERE: Variety Screening Room, 582 Market St #101 by Montgomery, San Francisco, CA 94014 (Hobart Building)

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door (if available)

The admission includes the tasting of 3 varietals of wines from Portugal, plus light appetizers. Additional wine available for purchase.

The event is open to those 21+ years of age. The venue is wheelchair accessible.

CONNECTED a film by Ziggy Livnat

$39.00

Connected is a visual and musical celebration of our planet’s oceans. The film delivers a sense of wonder about the diversity of marine life, moving the viewer to appreciate the complexity of the underwater world. At the same time, viewers must pause to consider their personal role in shaping the health of our oceans, especially in how we consume and discard plastic.

Includes Public Performance Rights