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  • Darkhad Valley


    Director: Jeff Calhoun
    Producer: Ethan Cunningnham

    SYNOPSIS Occupying over 6,000 square miles, the Darkhad Valley is one of the most pristine, inaccessible regions of Mongolia. Tumursukh and his team of rangers devote their lives to patrolling this remote wilderness to protect the native e...

  • From Suffering to Satori


    Director: Courtney Scott
    Producer: Courtney Scott
    Production Company: Scottwork Productions

    SYNOPSIS: Inspired by her own profound awakening, “From Suffering to Satori” filmmaker Courtney Scott shows us a new way of seeing, a new way of relating to all creatures on planet Earth.

    Year: 2...

  • Last of the Big Tuskers


    Director: James Currie
    Producer: James Currie
    Production Company: Umboko Productions

    Synopsis: In December of 2013 the largest elephant in the world was seen for the last time. His name in Zulu was Isilo, which means “King of Kings”. Conservationists searched months on end for his body unt...

  • Shad Run

    Shad Run


    Director(s): Ben Dorger and Becky Harlan
    Producer(s): Ben Dorger and Becky Harlan
    Production Company: Ben Dorger and Becky Harlan

    SYNOPSIS: American shad were once so abundant in the Potomac River, that in their heyday, people said the river would “run silver” each spring when they retur...

  • Khaag (Rhino Horn)


    Director: Manoj Pandit
    Producer: Chitra Bahadur
    Production Company: Chitra Bahadur Kunwar Memorial Save the Rhino Foundation Nepal Pvt. Ltd.

    Synopsis: In the critical period of 35 rhinos being killed by poachers in a year, a government officer named Kamal-Jung Kunwar is given the respon...

  • The Botanist


    Director(s): Maude Plante-Husaruk, Maxime Lacoste-Lebuis

    After the fall of the Soviet Union, Tajikistan, a former Social Soviet Republic, plunged into a devastating civil war. A famine struck the mountainous region of the Pamir where Raïmberdi, a passionate and ingenious botanist, built hi...

  • A River's Last Chance


    Director: Shane Anderson
    Producer(s): Shane Anderson, Jeff Thompson, Jason Hartwick
    Production Company: Pacific Rivers/Northfork Studios

    The Eel River in Northern California is arguably the best opportunity for wild salmon recovery on the entire west coast. The river and salmon have weat...

  • Wild & Scenic Film Festival

    1 season

    The Wild & Scenic Film Festival, a fundraiser for watershed advocacy non-profit South Yuba River Citizens League, screens environmental and adventure films that illustrate the earth’s beauty, the challenges facing our planet, and the work communities are doing to protect the environment. Throug...

  • Blood Lions


    A documentary feature film which follows Ian Michler, a South African environmental journalist and safari operator, and Rick Swazey, an American hunter, on their journey to the heart of darkness that lies within the predator breeding and canned lion hunting industries. It is a story that blows ...

  • Person of the Forest


    In the vanishing lowland rainforests of Borneo, new research is underway to uncover and understand the unique cultural behaviors in wild orangutans, before it’s too late. There, photographer Tim Laman, researcher Cheryll Knott and young explorer Robert Suro ...

  • The Wild Reborn


    The road to recovery for the Mexican gray wolf starts in a sanctuary in New York where scientists are hoping the next generation hears the call of the wild.

  • The Square


    'The Square' is an intimate observational documentary that tells the real story of the ongoing struggle of the Egyptian Revolution through the eyes of six very different protesters. Starting in the tents of Tahrir in the days leading up to the fall of Mubarak, we follow our characters on a life...

  • A Dog Named Gucci


    He was hung by his neck, punched repeatedly, doused with lighter fluid, and set afire. That should have been the last thing a ten-week old puppy named Gucci would ever experience. His last contact with humans. His final moments of life.

    But Doug James, standing on his porch nearby, heard the...

  • Gods in Shackles


    Gods in Shackles is a feature-length documentary film, an exposé revealing the dark side of the southern Indian state of Kerala’s glamorous cultural festivals that exploit temple elephants for profit under the guise of culture and religion.

    By exposing the abhorrent torture suffered by India...

  • Volunteers Unleashed


    Leading this story is 22-year-old Pippa Biddle, who after a series of voluntourism experiences over six years posted a critical blog. It went viral with over 15 million hits, and instantly launched her as the poster child against privileged young white women volunteering overseas. In Tanzania w...

  • The Evolution of Madagascar


    Madagascar. The world's oldest island. To a young and enthusiastic ecologist, this is a land of wonders, where life exists like nowhere else on the planet. But when his search for the world's largest lemur, the Indri Indri, leads him to discover just how close to extinction the species is, he s...

  • Generation Jobless


    In Canada, while the economic recovery has eased for many, the youth unemployment rate is nearly 15% - double that of the general population. The new CBC documentary Generation Jobless explores the crisis of over-educated youths being underemployed scraping by in low-paid, part-time jobs that d...

  • A Call for the Wild


    Meet our partner organization Education for Nature Vietnam and learn how they have successfully taken part in the arrest of several wildlife criminals by running a hotline allowing people to report wildlife crime.

  • Planeat



    PLANEAT is the story of three men's life-long search for a diet, which is good for our health, good for the environment and good for the future of the planet. With an additional cast of pioneering chefs and some of the best cooking you have ever seen, the scientists and doctors in the film pres...

  • Unseen Dances


    6 dancers are filmed dancing in red sand to illuminate human trafficking in America.

    Year: 2016
    Runtime: 12m
    Language: English
    Country: USA
    Rating: Not Rated

    Director(s): Jason Gurvitz & Jordan Marinov

  • Fin Free

    Fin Free


    Serving shark fin soup is still legal in Thailand, but consumption of the soup is damaging the ocean´s ecosystem and promoting cruel shark finning practices. In this episode, see what Freeland and our partners are doing to put an end to this harmful business.

  • Buy No Rhino: Biking for Rhino Conservation


    Follow sisters Vicky and Ness Wiesenmaier as they cycle across Asia spreading awareness about the rhino poaching crisis in their home country of South Africa.

  • The Forgotten Salmon


    A documentary about the Atlantic salmon of Lake Ontario, how we lost them, and the efforts to restore them to the great inland sea.

  • Without Borders


    “Without Borders” is a 30 minute documentary film exploring the environmental context of the Upper Guinea Forest Ecosystem of West Africa. Filmmaker Nazia Parvez reveals how mining, bushmeat trade, urban migration, slash & burn agriculture, displacement due to conflict and an unprecedented dema...