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Growing Change: A Journey Inside Venezuela’s Food Revolution

Tweet Growing Change: A Journey Inside Venezuela’s Food Revolution follows the filmmaker’s journey to understand why current food systems leave hundreds of millions of people in hunger.

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The Next Best West

Tweet The Next, Best West explores our changing relationship with the land that sustains us. It tells the story of how the conventional American concept of progress has steered our exploitation of the Western landscape, and takes you to three places – Colorado’s San Luis Valley, the high plains of eastern Montana and the Elwha […]

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The Worm Hunters

Tweet The Worm Hunters is a 52-minute documentary about scientists exposing an animal that could help save our challenged planet – the humble earthworm. OR In a Turkish headquarters the world’s top earthworm scientists concoct a plan to find and name their ultimate discovery. Nothing will stop them as they travel to all corners of the […]

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Review: Alma

Tweet In Alma, filmmaker Patrick Rouxel shows himself to be a skillful alchemist able to transform within an hour acres of Brazilian rainforest into pencils and peacefully grazing cattle into barbeque.

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Anna, Emma, and the Condors

Tweet Green Planet Films is pleased to announce the DVD release of a new film by Katja Torneman. ANNA, EMMA, AND THE CONDORS.

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Sepp Holzer’s Permaculture

Tweet This DVD contains all three films on the Austrian “Agro-Rebel” Sepp Holzer, who simply observes nature and works with it successfully. Sepp Holzer built one of the biggest functioning permaculture farms in Europe. This DVD contains 3 films about Permaculture Farming: Farming with Nature: A beautiful fishpond system with its own water power station, […]

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What Would Darwin Think? Man vs Nature in the Galapagos

Tweet After Charles Darwin first visited the island archipelago of Galapagos in 1839, it took him another twenty years to decipher the scene he’d witnessed, the most perfectly preserved biodiversity on the planet. His theory of evolution – published 150 years ago – pulled back the curtain on a debate that had been simmering for […]

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Houses of Straw

Tweet Recently added to the Green Planet Films website Why build with straw? Straw is an annually renewable crop, available wherever grain crops are grown. It is indeed a waste product, much of which is currently burnt in the fields. The thick walls offer superior insulation value. With a natural plaster, straw bale walls ‘breathe,’ […]

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Solar Power 4 Me

Tweet New into the Green Planet Films Catalog MAKE YOUR OWN FREE POWER FROM THE SUN! It’s easy and takes very little effort. No moving parts. Nothing toxic. Just hook up some solar panels and you are on your way to energy independence and saving money. You can even make money buy selling energy you […]

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i Love Trash

Tweet Recently added to the Green Planet Films catalog In i Love Trash, David Brown and Greg Mann try an experiment in waste. After recognizing the huge amount of waste in the United States, David and Greg decide to see just how much people throw away. They move to a new city and get an […]

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