G is for Gun|
Kate Way, Julie Akeret
Explores both sides of the highly controversial trend of arming teachers and staff in America's K-12 schools.
Angelika Lizius & Detlef Jungjohann
A portrait of James Lovelock, originator of the theory that the earth is a self-regulating system maintaining the conditions that allow its perpetuation.
A rare behind-the-scenes look at the Vatican Observatory, and the cosmological questions tackled by the Jesuit astronomers there.
Explores the changing face of conservation in Kenya.
More than meets the eye.
Jim Mulligan & John deGraaf
Portrait of Alan Chadwick, inventor of the Biodynamic French Intensive Method of gardening.
Gaza Under Siege
The Gaza Strip has been a virtual prison for Palestinians for over fifty years.
Mark Dworkin and Melissa Young
Examines the ethical issues associated with DNA testing.
Geologic Journey II
Kenton Vaughan, Michael Allder, and Andrew Gregg
5-part series that explores the geologic forces that shape our planet and our lives.
Patrice Barrat & Jon Alpert
The globalized economy affects Brazilian factory worker.
Five years later, Life rejoins a Brazilian factory worker affected by the globalized economy.
The Ghosts In Our Machine
Following animal photographer Jo-Anne McArthur over the course of a year, the film illuminates the lives of individual animals living within and rescued from the machine of our modern world.
The Girl With The Rivet Gun
Anne de Mare, Kirsten Kelly
Takes you beyond the iconic "We Can Do It" poster girl to the millions of real-life women who shook the foundations of the American workplace in WWII.
Girls from Chaka Street
The break-up of the Soviet Union leaves some women with few options but prostitution.
In a classic battle of competing interests, gladesmen and their airboats are being banned from Everglades National Park in the world's largest attempt to restore a damaged ecosystem.
Julian Russell and Tony Gailey
Permaculture helps people turn wastelands into food forests.
The Globalization Trilogy
Micha X. Peled
Micha X. Peled's groundbreaking series explores the production-consumption chain, from cotton grown with GMOs in India used to make the jeans in Chinese sweatshops that are sold in Wal-Marts across the U.S.
God Among the Children
Janis A Pryor
Community organization works with at-risk youth in Boston.
The God Squad and the Case of the Northern Spotted Owl
A rare, behind-the-scenes look at the way politics shape environmental policy.
The Gods of Our Fathers
There is nothing innate in patriarchy and militarism. We can change our culture.
Daria Ellerman, Rhea Productions
Reducing the "unfriendly" impact of your household on the environment.
10-year old soldier escapes rebel forces in Sierra Leone.
Robert J. Long
Ways to reconnect with the earth.
The Golf War|
Jen Schradie and Matt DeVries
Globalization comes to a Philippine seaside community, which has to defend its ancestral lands against golf course development.
Mark Dworkin, Melissa Young
An intimate look at the farmers, ranchers, and businesses that are creating a more sustainable food system in the Pacific Northwest.
Five funny animated films follow the exploits of Eco, the green pest controller with an ingenious solution for every problem.
Good Riddance! Air Pollution
An accident leads to a radical redesign of the Eco Van.
Good Riddance! Flies
Eco uses frogs and a spider to combat a pesky fly infestation.
Good Riddance! Snails
An organic garden has been overrun by a mob of hungry snails.
Good Riddance! Termites
Eco combats a nest of termites that are dining on his home.
The Good War and Those Who Refused to Fight It
Judith Ehrlich & Rick Tejada-Flores
The story of conscientious objectors in World War II.
David Springbett and Heather MacAndrew
Forest communities can have both jobs and trees.
A summation of the life and work of Gore Vidal: novelist, essayist, polemicist, intellectual and bon vivant, who played a critical role in American public life for more than 50 years.
Grace Under Fire
Dr. Grace Kodindo explores what help is available for the people, particularly women, affected by the ongoing and bloody conflict in North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Professional, Native and antiquarian researchers combine to investigate the archaeological history and modern legacy of Eastern Native civilization in Turners Falls, MA.
The Great Health Service Swindle
Reversing the brain drain in doctors and nurses from developing countries.
The Great Vacation Squeeze
John de Graaf
From the producer of the classic AFFLUENZA, this film shows why vacations are important for productivity, happiness, family bonding and especially health.
A Great Wonder
Documents the difficult transition of three of the "Lost Boys and Girls" of Sudan to life as immigrants in Seattle, WA.
World Wide Fund for Nature/UK
Eleven funny shorts on the environment.
Reports on sustainable business practices and philosophy.
The Greening of Southie
The story of Boston's first LEED-certified residential green building, and the people who made it possible.
Documents the opposition from both sides of the political spectrum to the ubiquitous practice of fracking for natural gas, and the health and environmental reasons behind it.
Jane Churchill and Gwynne Basen
An inspirational overview of school ground greening.
Horticulture dramatically improves prisoners' attitudes.
Against the backdrop of BC's spectacular Great Bear Rainforest, Guardians and the salmon they monitor are victims of science censorship and reckless extractive industries.