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Necessity Part II: Climate Justice & The Thin Green Line
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directed by Jan Haaken, 1947- and Samantha Praus; produced by Jan Haaken, 1947- (Portland, OR: Collective Eye Films, 2022), 57 mins
In the course of screening Necessity Part I: Oil, Water & Climate Resistance at schools, activist events, and festivals, the team began production on a second part, titled Necessity Part II: Rails, Rivers and the Thin Green Line. Also feature-length, the film is set along the rivers of Oregon and follows activists...
directed by Jan Haaken, 1947- and Samantha Praus; produced by Jan Haaken, 1947- (Portland, OR: Collective Eye Films, 2022), 57 mins
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River's End
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directed by Jacob Morrison; produced by Sam Furie, Kurt S. Kittleson and Jacob Morrison (Sausalito, CA: Film Platform, 2021), 1 hour 22 mins
River’s End explores the global water crisis, using California as a microcosm. It shows how water politics that led to the draining of the Owens Valley by Los Angeles, made famous by the film Chinatown, continue to this day in ongoing efforts to take ever more water from Northern California's San Francisco Bay e...
directed by Jacob Morrison; produced by Sam Furie, Kurt S. Kittleson and Jacob Morrison (Sausalito, CA: Film Platform, 2021), 1 hour 22 mins
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The Race to Save the World
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directed by Joe Gantz; produced by Joe Gantz (Portland, OR: Collective Eye Films, 2020), 1 hour 43 mins
From Joe Gantz, the Emmy-winning producer of American Winter and Ending Disease, The Race To Save The World offers an intimate portrait of activists, age 15 to 72, as they put themselves on the line to fight climate change. Encompassing protests and arrests, courtroom drama and family turmoil, these everyday heroe...
directed by Joe Gantz; produced by Joe Gantz (Portland, OR: Collective Eye Films, 2020), 1 hour 43 mins
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Jozi Gold
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directed by Fredrik Gertten, 1956- and Sylvia Vollenhoven, fl. 2019; produced by Margarete Jangård, fl. 1999-2015, WG Film (Film Platform, 2019), 1 hour 14 mins
The mines of Johannesburg, or Jozi, have produced a third of all the gold mined in human history. Now the mines are falling apart, and the city is confronted by an environmental nightmare: Tons of radioactive waste polluting the air and turning water into poisonous Acid Mine Drainage. In true Erin Brockovich style...
directed by Fredrik Gertten, 1956- and Sylvia Vollenhoven, fl. 2019; produced by Margarete Jangård, fl. 1999-2015, WG Film (Film Platform, 2019), 1 hour 14 mins
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L’Eau Est La Vie (Water Is Life): From Standing Rock To The Swamp
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directed by Sam Vinal, fl. 2014; produced by Melissa Cox, fl. 2016, Mutual Aid Media (Los Angeles, CA: Mutual Aid Media, 2019), 24 mins
On the banks of Louisiana, fierce Indigenous women are ready to fight—to stop the corporate blacksnake and preserve their way of life. They are risking everything to protect Mother Earth from the predatory fossil fuel companies that seek to poison it.
directed by Sam Vinal, fl. 2014; produced by Melissa Cox, fl. 2016, Mutual Aid Media (Los Angeles, CA: Mutual Aid Media, 2019), 24 mins
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Daily Watch, Illegal Ivory: Where Does It Come From, Where Does It Go?
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produced by The Economist, in Daily Watch (London, England: The Economist, 2018), 2 mins
The illegal ivory trade is big business. A single shipment can be worth up to $1.3m. The vast majority of ivory poached in Africa ends up in China.
produced by The Economist, in Daily Watch (London, England: The Economist, 2018), 2 mins
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Losing Alaska
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directed by Tom Burke, fl. 2014; produced by Alan Maher, fl. 1985 and Jessie Fisk, fl. 2016, Marcie Films (London, England: Taskovski Films, 2018), 1 hour 23 mins

LOSING ALASKA tells the story of a small community dealing with a slow-moving disaster. They have known for decades that their future was in peril; they have seen the land dropping away on all sides and the river growing stronger year after year. They will lose their first building some time in 2018. The school €..

directed by Tom Burke, fl. 2014; produced by Alan Maher, fl. 1985 and Jessie Fisk, fl. 2016, Marcie Films (London, England: Taskovski Films, 2018), 1 hour 23 mins
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Saving Vaquita: Considerations in the Race Against Extinction
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presented by Jen Hawse, fl. 2018; produced by Island Press (District of Columbia: Island Press, 2018), 1 hour 3 mins

As Brooke Bessesen writes in her new book, Vaquita: Science, Politics, and Crime in the Sea of Cortez, “Conservation is messy business.”

Economic, cultural, political, and legislative forces all come into play when considering protection strategies for an at-risk species. And, frustratingly, the best approach for...

presented by Jen Hawse, fl. 2018; produced by Island Press (District of Columbia: Island Press, 2018), 1 hour 3 mins
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Water Trilogy, Stolen Paradise
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directed by Jesse Dizard, fl. 2011; produced by Jesse Dizard, fl. 2011, Advanced Laboratory for Visual Anthropology, in Water Trilogy (Chico, CA: Advanced Laboratory for Visual Anthropology, 2018), 30 mins
Aside from the technical details of reservoir site selection and the engineering virtuosity of dam and aqueduct construction, this film is concerned with putting contemporary circumstances into historical context and asks 'how did we get here?' Interviews with tribal members reveal the abiding sense of stewardship...
directed by Jesse Dizard, fl. 2011; produced by Jesse Dizard, fl. 2011, Advanced Laboratory for Visual Anthropology, in Water Trilogy (Chico, CA: Advanced Laboratory for Visual Anthropology, 2018), 30 mins
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Frontline, Season 35, Episode 16, War on the EPA
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directed by James Jacoby, fl. 2004-2015; produced by Kevin Vargas, fl. 2002-2017, James Jacoby, fl. 2004-2015 and Anya Bourg, fl. 2003-2013, WGBH Educational Foundation and Left/Right, in Frontline, Season 35, Episode 16 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2017), 53 mins
How Scott Pruitt went from fighting the EPA to running the agency and rolling back years of policy. An investigation into the conservative political forces and causes, like climate change skepticism, that propelled Pruitt’s takeover of the EPA.
directed by James Jacoby, fl. 2004-2015; produced by Kevin Vargas, fl. 2002-2017, James Jacoby, fl. 2004-2015 and Anya Bourg, fl. 2003-2013, WGBH Educational Foundation and Left/Right, in Frontline, Season 35, Episode 16 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2017), 53 mins
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