“Sustainable Martha’s Vineyard” is an independent documentary series that highlights islanders working towards creating a sustainable community and environment. The series explores interesting stories that bring Martha’s Vineyard’s ecosystems to life and that help foster a human nature connection
THE LIGHT AT WALDEN is a visual poem shot at Walden Pond, Massachusetts, interweaving pieces of Thoreau’s texts and a war resister’s personal journey on a wilderness island in Canada.
Author William Least Heat-Moon reunites with the people and land of tallgrass prairie and discovers one of America’s most environmentally advanced communities.
Green Shall Overcome is a feature length documentary about Van Jones and the clean energy movement. Our film takes an in-depth look at Jones’ life and his efforts to build a green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty.
A frontier story of water and culture, engineering and power, and the sustainable alternatives that could meet demands of a developing nation.
The first feature-length documentary to capture the vitality of America’s religious–environmental movement. Presenting eight individual stories of Americans around the nation in different faith traditions, who are working to become better stewards of the environment.
The remote Fijian mining town of Vatukoula, which means ‘rock of gold,’ happens to be located less than 30 kilometers from the source of one of the world’s most recognized brands of bottled water.
Monique Verdin returns to her Native American community in Southeast Louisiana to find a man-made environmental crisis threatening her people’s way of life. While her loved ones suffer displacement, illness, and even suicide, she finds a sense of purpose as an ecological storyteller.