The painful but inspiring journey of Derrick Evans, a Boston teacher who moves home to coastal Mississippi when his ancestors graves are bulldozed to make way for the sprawling city of Gulfport. Over a decade, the film shows the resilience of a community that stands together for their rights.
With the help of branding and outdoor experts, David Bond develops and launches a nationwide marketing campaign to get children outside. This is the hilarious, real-life story of one man's determination to get children out and into the ultimate, free wonder-product: Nature.
Our national attitude to dams is changing. From pride in big dams as feats of engineering, there is now a growing awareness that we can bring our rivers back to life. Winner of the Audience Award at the 2014 SXSW festival.
The 2013 Filmmaker Awards were 3-D printed in the cinema lobby during the Festival by Type A Machines, from green, non-toxic, recyclable and compostable materials. The awards use a zero waste process and are 100% percent locally produced. See the printer in action below and read more about how we designed and made the awards over on the Type A Machines blog.
San Francisco, June 11, 2013 – The 3rd San Francisco Green Film Festival (SFGFF), which ran from May 30-June 5, 2013, has announced the recipients of the festival’s 2013 film awards.Read more
World famous Japanese artist Susumu Shingu sculpts the winds and follows them in search of a resting place, a wind-powered home, for his long, lifetime dream of Breathing Earth. A film about the wind, the philosophy of a wise person, about art and love and dreams.
Student Tim DeChristopher successfully bid $1.7 million dollars on unspoiled Federal land in Utah scheduled for federal oil and gas lease sales. Without intention of paying. All in the name of climate justice. The act cost him a 2-year Federal prison sentenceRead more
In the past five years, billions of honeybees have simply vanished for reasons that are still obscure. Seeking answers, this visually dazzling film embarks on a captivating and disturbing journey around the world. This touching documentary by Academy Award nominated director Markus Imhoof guarantees that will never let you look at bees the same way again.Read more
Josue Lajeunesse is a Haitian immigrant, a single dad, a janitor at Princeton University who also fills in as a taxi driver to make ends meet. Clean water is not easily accessible in Haiti, and it’s a huge problem in Josue's home village, La Source. Each day, villagers choose between walking for miles along treacherous terrain to retrieve clean water or drink from the contaminated river. Narrated by Don Cheadle, this is a story of clean water and community transformation because one ordinary man is determined to make change.Read more
Award-Winning film maker Thomas Riedelsheimer (Rivers and Tides, Touch the Sound) brings us Garden in the Sea, a visually stunning documentary about art, landscape and environmental conservation.Read more