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  • Salero

    Gathering, grinding, and selling salt from the Uyuni salt flat has always been a tough job for the Bolivian “saleros” who have worked the flat for generatio… Read More
  • Poached

    Poached is a film about the obsession that drives some Englishmen to extremes to collect wild bird eggs. These men will climb trees and cliffs—several have fa… Read More
  • Bluespace

    Bluespace uses the possibility of terraforming Mars as a (sometimes loose) organizing principle for examining Earth’s endangered ecosystems. The film is d… Read More
  • An American Ascent

    In his famous speech, Martin Luther King Jr. declared, “I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low.… Read More
  • Can You Dig This

    City residents living in “food deserts” lack easy access to grocery stores or other healthy food options. This situation disproportionately occurs in low-in… Read More
  • Merchants of Doubt

    “I’m not a scientist, although I do play one on TV occasionally,” says Marc Morano, founder of the climate-change-denying website ClimateDepot.com. Th… Read More
  • How to Let Go of the World

    This unusually uplifting film about climate change starts and ends with a dance. At the start, filmmaker and narrator Josh Fox dances with joy because local pro… Read More
  • Women and Water

    A young Indian woman, heavy with child, carries a bright yellow plastic urn to the village well. Eight times a day, she hauls water from the well and carries it… Read More
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