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The Waiting Room
Peter Nicks
A day in the life of a public hospital's ER waiting room captures what it means for millions of Americans to live without health insurance.


Waiting to Go
Di Tatham
Palestinian refugees in Lebanon are denied human rights.


Wake Up, Freddy
Christopher O'Donnell
One man's morning routine reveals the hidden energy costs of everyday life.


Walking with Ghosts
Caroline Underwood
Predator biologist Elizabeth Hofer tracks and studies the elusive lynx in the Yukon's boreal forests.


War In The Mind
Judy Jackson
Gives voice to soldiers living with PTSD to help erase the stigma, examines the growing number of military suicides, and shows a successful group therapy program.


The War on Democracy
Youngheart Entertainment
John Pilger reports that, in spite of a history of repeated US-backed suppression, popular democratic movements are gaining ground in Latin America.


The War Symphonies
Larry Weinstein
Shostakovich's musical counter-attack on Stalin's bloody purges.


The War You Don't See
John Pilger
John Pilger's powerful and timely investigation into the media's role in war.


war, peace and patriotism
Gabriele Zamparini
Patriotism, the 'chicken-hawks' and weapons of mass destruction.


Warming Up in Mongolia
John D. Liu
Unless sustainable alternatives are introduced, Mongolia's dependence on fossil fuels and rapid urbanization threatens the environment.


Waste
Lynn Corcoran
Surprising introduction to the many facets of our waste problem.


The Wasting of a Wetland
Daniel Elias
The destruction of the Florida Everglades.


Water and Animals
J.J. Johnson
Daniel sets up an aquarium, learns about fish and fishing, and goes whale watching.


Water and the Human Spirit - Program One
Robert Peace and David Calderisi
Communities solving their own water problems.


Water and the Human Spirit - Program Two
Robert Peace and David Calderisi
Farmers and communities solving their own water problems.


Water First
Amy Hart
An inspiring story from Malawi shows that clean water is essential for the achievement of the UN's Millennium Development Goals.


The Water Front
Liz Miller
In Highland Park, MI an unelected, state-appointed Emergency Financial Manager with quasi dictatorial authority sees water privatization as key to economic recovery.


Water On The Table
Liz Marshall
An intimate portrait of international water activist Maude Barlow and the debate over whether water is a commercial good or a human right.


Waterlife
Kevin McMahon
An epic cinematic poem that reveals the extraordinary beauty and complex toxicity of the Great Lakes, the largest remaining supply of fresh water (20%) on Earth.


Way of the Bear in Alaska
Daniel Zatz and Derek Stonorov
The latest information about the behavior of grizzlies.


Ways We Live
Heather MacAndrew & David Springbett
New models of community living and building in the US and Canada are featured.


We Are Not Ghosts
Mark Dworkin, Melissa Young
Detroiters are reinventing the old Motor City as a vibrant new self-sustaining and human-scaled city for a post industrial world.


We Feed the World
Erwin Wagenhofer
Vividly reveals the dysfunctionality of the industrialized world food system and shows what world hunger has to do with us.


We Still Live Here
Anne Makepeace
Tells the amazing story of the return of the Wampanoag language, a language that was silenced for more than a century.


Weather Gone Wild
Melanie Wood
From floating neighborhoods to massive harbor floodgates, cities around the world are engineering ways to cope with extreme weather events.


Weather Report
Brenda Longfellow
A report from the front lines of climate change in Kenya, India, Canada, the Arctic, China, and Montana where people's lives have already been dramatically altered.


Weather The Storm
Charles Menzies and Jennifer Rashleigh
Fishing communities on France's western coast show the path to sustainability.


WEconomics: Italy
Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin
The first in a new series from the makers of SHIFT CHANGE, WEconomics: Italy reports on the extensive and innovative cooperative economy in the region around Bologna.


Weevils
David New
They crawl, they fly, and some even swim...


Welcome to Nano City
Takahiro Hamano, Tetsuya Itano
See how the invisible nano revolution is already at work in our lives--from photocatalytic window coatings that clean themselves to manmade fiber stronger, yet lighter, than steel.


Welcome to Womanhood
Charlotte Metcalf
Efforts to stop female genital mutilation in Uganda.


The Western Pacific Rim
Michael Allder
Examines the western Pacific Rim, home to 50% of the world's active volcanoes, and 90% of its earthquakes.


Wetlands Technology
Lisa Hardmeyer
Artificial wetlands purify waste water.


The Whale
Suzanne Chisholm, Michael Parfit
The story of Luna, a young wild killer whale, who challenged the established order of things when he tried to make friends with people.


Whalesong
Barbara Willis Sweete
Musical experiment with a choir, symphony orchestra, and three killer whales.


Whalesong (Short Version)
Barbara Willis Sweete
Musical experiment with a choir, symphony orchestra, and three killer whales.


What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy
David Evans
Two elderly men possess starkly contrasting attitudes towards their high-ranking Nazi fathers. A study of brutality, self-deception, guilt and the nature of justice.


What's the Economy for, Anyway?
John de Graaf
Ecological economist Dave Batker questions whether GDP is an adequate measure of society's well-being and suggests workable alternatives.


Wheat Today, What Tomorrow?
Barrie Oldfield
The crisis in dryland farming, and some solutions.


When Abortion was Illegal
Dorothy Fadiman
Devastating stories from the era of illegal abortion.


When China Met Africa
Nick Francis and Marc Francis
Examines China's expanding footprint in Africa through the stories of three people in Zambia: a Chinese farmer, a Chinese multinational's road project manager and Zambia's trade minister.


When Is Enough, Enough?
Geoff Bowie
A small Cree band in Alberta battles major oil companies for their land which lies on top of one of the world's richest oil deposits.


When the Cows Come Home
Joost de Haas
Despite the success of the "Jamaica Hope" milk cow, Jamaica's dairy industry is facing a crisis, as EU trade undercuts island production.


When the Dust Settles
Louise Johnson
Gophers teach us a funny lesson in conflict resolution.


Where Am I?
Bruce Mohun
Why are some of us good at finding our way, while others are not? The latest findings in spatial cognition research have multiple implications including for urban planning and design.


Where Truth Lies
Mark J. Kaplan
A dramatic case before the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission.


Whether the Weather
David New
How plants survive the stress of changes in the weather.


Which Way Home
Rebecca Cammisa
The personal side of immigration as child migrants from Mexico and Central America risk everything to make it to the US riding atop freight trains.


Which Way Home - Original
Rebecca Cammisa
The personal side of immigration as child migrants from Mexico and Central America risk everything to make it to the US riding atop freight trains.


The White Hole
Juergen Haacks
Amusing animated film about our response to the toxic waste crisis.


Who Shot My Brother?
German Gutierrez
As German Gutierrez searches for the gunmen who tried to kill his brother, he exposes the root causes of the violence in his native Colombia.


Who's Counting?
Terre Nash
Marilyn Waring demystifies global economics from a feminist perspective.


Who's Counting? (Short Version)
The National Film Board of Canada
Marilyn Waring demystifies global economics from a feminist perspective.


Whose Agenda Is It Anyway?
Christopher Walker
To fulfill the Millennium Development Goals, many poor countries are now implementing "Poverty Reduction Strategy Programs".


Whose Home on the Range?
Ben Daitz
The peace process between environmentalists, ranchers, and the U.S. Forest Service in the toughest county in the West.


A Will for the Woods (Short Version)
Amy Browne, Jeremy Kaplan, Tony Hale, Brian Wilson
Clark Wang's passionate wish for a legacy of green burials inspires a profoundly affecting and optimistic portrait of people finding meaning in death.


A Will for the Woods
Amy Browne, Jeremy Kaplan, Tony Hale, Brian Wilson
Clark Wang's passionate wish for a legacy of green burials inspires a profoundly affecting and optimistic portrait of people finding meaning in death.


Will Nano Save the Planet?
Mike Downie
Environmental problems might be solved by nano solar cells, clean fuel additives, contaminant remediation, but are we creating pollutants more dangerous than the ones we already have?


Wind River
Drury Gunn Carr
The battle over water rights on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming.


Winter Fun
J.J. Johnson
Daniel visits a winter festival, learns the sport of curling, goes downhill skiing and tobogganing, and learns how to care for and control sled dogs.


The Wisdom to Survive
John Ankele & Anne Macksoud
Examines the challenges that climate change poses and discusses meaningful action that can be taken by individuals and communities.


Without Rights
Charles Stewart
Palestinians are denied human rights.


Without Shepherds
Cary McClelland, Imran Babur (Co-Director)
Six bold Pakistanis from very different walks of life attempt to build a new future while struggling with their country's current crisis.


Wolf
Michael Rosen and Sharon Howard
Reexamines the relationship between humans and wolves.


Wolves in Paradise
William Campbell
Ranchers and environmentalists team up to protect open space from developers and to learn how to share with wolves this last wild corner of the West.


A Woman's Place - Short Stories (on one DVD)
Emily Marlow, Television Trust for the Environment
Six short films about women and development by local women directors.


A Woman's Place - Short Stories
Emily Marlow, Television Trust for the Environment
Six short films about women and development by local women directors.


Work
Bob Kaper
Energy-efficient skyscrapers, controlling waste, and innovative automobile design and recycling.


Work and Time
David Springbett and Heather MacAndrew
A program about stress. How we can overcome being over-worked and out of time?


World Drums
Niv Fichman
250 of the world's greatest percussionists collaborate to perform World Drums.


World of Apps
Paul Zisiwe, Gautam Lewis
Young people are writing apps to solve problems from reproductive health care in South Africa to helping young minority adults in London who are "stopped and searched."


World of Difference
Richard Stanley
Women and human rights around the world.


Wrenched
ML Lincoln
Captures the generations of eco-activists, from the 1960s to the present day, inspired by Edward Abbey's passionate defense of wilderness in The Monkey Wrench Gang.



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