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The 35th National Media Market

The National Media Market (NMM) is an annual event where educational film producers and distributors connect with librarians and media professionals.

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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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Into the Gyre

Into the Gyre is a 44-minute documentary about a groundbreaking expedition to study plastic pollution in the North Atlantic Gyre. Thirty-four volunteer researchers, scientists and sailors participated in this five-week expedition, sailing into the Sargasso Sea, east of Bermuda, on the 135-foot tall ship Corwith Cramer.

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True Wolf

True Wolf Premieres at the 2012 Seattle Intl Film Festival

Tweet True Wolf: The Story of Koani and Her Unusual Pack. A new film by Rob Whitehair. “True Wolf” has been selected by the 2012 Seattle International Film Festival for a World Premiere screening. A second screening has also been scheduled. Rob Whitehair, the director will be in attendance at both screenings. Bruce Weide and [...]

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The island president

After bringing democracy to his country, President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives, the lowest-lying country in the world, takes up the fight to keep his homeland from disappearing under the sea.

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Review: Alma

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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Review: GREEN a film by Patrick Rouxel

GREEN is a film of comparisons. With no dialogue, and at times no sound other than birdsong, the film nonetheless artfully contrasts the beauty and balance the natural environment and the destruction and violence of consumerism.

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Films for the Forest Challenge

Films for the Forest Challenge

Tweet On April 22, 2010, filmmakers around the world gave a voice to the planet’s forests. This year, the camera is in your hands.  Sign up for this years film contest today and let us know what  “Breath of the Planet” means to you?    DEADLINE: May 30, 2011. LENGTH: All films must be between [...]

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First national Green Film Festival Premieres across the UK

First national Green Film Festival Premieres across the UK

Tweet  Premiering in five cities across Britain, the first national UK Green Film Festival, which runs from 20 – 22 May 2011, will show a selection of the best films, documentaries and shorts that highlight climate change and other environmental issues. Produced by volunteers from Igloo Regeneration and with formative links to the San Francisco [...]

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This Way of Life

Tweet Another remarkable film from Cloud South Films in New Zealand. Called “…this year’s out-of-the-blue discovery” by Bill Gosden of the NZ International Film Festival, This Way of Life has been selected to screen at the 60th International Berlin Film Festival, held Feb 11-21, 2010 in Berlin. Esteemed Director Werner Hertzog is serving as President [...]

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