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  • 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
  • Ice and the Sky

    Claude Lorius arrived in Antarctica for the first time in 1956 on a trip that lasted 16 months but hooked him into a life dedicated to returning to the bitter c… Read More
  • Catching the Sun

    Would a switch from fossil fuels to solar power create or destroy more jobs? Would the installation of solar panels on houses and businesses empower individuals… Read More
  • Good Things Await

    This Danish film paints Niels Stokholm’s biodynamic farm Thorshøjgaard into a picture of hyperbolic beauty: sweeping shots of verdant landscape, sensitiv… Read More
  • Ever the Land

    The Tūhoe people, or children of the mist, of the Māori tribe have suffered at the hands of the colonizing New Zealand government for more than a century. But… Read More
  • The Babushkas of Chernobyl

    For the past 30 years, the Ukrainian town of Pripyat has had just one official identity: a forbidden wasteland permeated with radioactive dust. The catastrophic… Read More
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