A one hour documentary about Dr. Riki Ott, a whistleblower who predicted the Exxon Valdez oil spill hours before it happened. A toxicologist, author, and activist, Riki has been organizing the Gulf coast communities to recover from the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster. She is also helping to spearhead the campaign with Ultimate Civics, one that will introduce a Constitutional amendment to end corporate personhood, and to reform campaign finance and contributions. The film also follows how other citizens have also taken her example--to change and strengthen oil pollution of America's lands, rivers and coastal waters. This documentary is scheduled for release in 2018.
A feature documentary about the life of S. Brian Willson, a lifelong peace activist who nearly lost his life in non-violent actions protesting US military operations against central American countries with democratically elected governments. To learn more, please visit the Paying The Price For Peace website.
Walking in Two Worlds is a feature documentary that explores the human and cultural relationship between Native American tribes and their ancestral land in the Tongass, the largest temperate rainforest on earth. Through their people's eyes and perspectives, the film reveals what the Tlingit and Haida tribes have experienced from elders' stories in Southeast Alaska. Walking in Two Worlds shows the strong spiritual and cultural bond celebrated today in the Tlingit language, dance, music, arts, and potlatch ceremonies within their communities of Southeast Alaska. The film also reveals the splendor and diversity of the majestic Tongass forest with its bears, salmon, eagles, wolves, whales and more.
This film explores the spectacular wildlife and habitats on the Islands of the Bahamas, the rich history of the nation and the vibrant culture of the people who live there.
Strip mines and coal-burning power plants have provided royalties and jobs to a number of Native American tribes, but they have brought with them pollution, cancer and environmental devastation. POWER PATHS follows a grassroots coalition determined to transform their reservation's economy to green energy, preserving their land for future generations.
Oil on Ice is a vivid, compelling and comprehensive documentary connecting the fate of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to decisions America makes about energy policy, transportation choices, and other seemingly unrelated matters. Caught in the balance are the culture and livelihood of the Gwich'in people and the migratory wildlife in this fragile ecosystem.