Environment

Catastrophic Failure

Catastrophic Failure

It all began on November 5, 2015, with the collapse of a dam near an iron-ore mine in Brazil. That's when a river of toxic sludge came bursting forth; a stew of mud and mining waste that cost more than a dozen lives,...

8.78

Fossil Free

Fossil Free

Impassioned climate change activists all over the world may have a new and entirely unexpected ally in their cause: the financial sector. On the heels of the recent climate change talks in Paris, groups of concerned citizens have gathered their resources to place...

8.08

The Antarctica Challenge

The Antarctica Challenge

Antarctica is perhaps the most unique continent on Earth. Bitterly cold and long considered uninhabitable, the region is also ground zero for an environmental crisis which only amplifies with the passage of time. With the help of assorted geophysicists, scientists and ornithologists, the...

7.00

A Climate of Change

A Climate of Change

Produced as a prelude to the 2015 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Canadian production A Climate of Change relies on the expert insights of several revered scientists to debunk the skepticism of global warming deniers and advocate for greater urgency...

6.72

The Cross of the Moment

The Cross of the Moment

The Cross of the Moment investigates the environmental crisis in a wholly original and stimulating fashion. This feature-length documentary expresses an urgent need to correct the ill effects of climate change and environmental degradation, and explores the major stumbling blocks which have kept...

8.38

Oil and Water

Oil and Water

The fishing and oil and gas industries make for strange bedfellows. Their tremulous co-existence lies at the heart of Oil & Water. The setting is Louisiana, a region distinguished by the generations of Cajun families who have made their living capturing the seafood...

8.22

Momenta

Momenta

Momenta is an environmental conservation film that serves as a call to action, aiming to motivate communities in the Pacific Northwest to fight against the coal export industry. The filmmakers and interview subjects ask the audience to rethink fossil fuels and the inevitable...

8.71

Fractured Earth

Fractured Earth

Fractured Earth is a short but impassioned documentary about the impact of hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") in rural Pennsylvania. Photojournalist Lee Stone sets out to consult with a handful of locals in the towns of Dimock and Towanda, PA, where the fracking industry has...

7.61

The Future of Energy

The Future of Energy

In the opening moments of the inspiring new documentary titled The Future of Energy, we're provided a guided tour through Greensburg, Kansas, a seemingly typical Midwestern town with a population of just under a thousand. In 2007, a fierce tornado struck the town...

6.38

The Grind

The Grind

"We have an outdoor slaughterhouse," a voice informs us in the opening moments of the new documentary The Grind. In the Faroe Islands, which lie in the North Atlantic between Iceland and Norway, the majestic blue oceans often turn crimson with tides of...

8.84

Our Rising Oceans

Our Rising Oceans

In the opening moments of Our Rising Oceans we learn that global catastrophe lies beneath the awe-inspiring pale blue skies and ghostly white icescapes of West Antarctica. The scientific data regarding the effects of climate change on the ongoing process of glacial melting...

9.03

Earth on Fire

Earth on Fire

Earth on Fire is a one hour, Australian special that focuses on mega fires and fires in general as they relate to our forests and ecosystem. This documentary reminds us that our idea of the natural and perfect state of things isn't always...

9.15