Thirty Million, a documentary from Raw Cinematics
Thirty Million People. A statistic. But this statistic is made up of individuals. Thirty Million is a 35 minute documentary on the effects sea-level rise and climate change will have on the people of Bangladesh.
Rising Tides: a new award-winning documentary from J. Lazarus Auerbach and Scott Duthie
“Rising Tides” explores the topic of coastline erosion, showing what has been done in the past, what is being done now, what worked, what didn’t and what the coastal areas can expect in the future.
All the Way to the Ocean, The Movie: Today Premieres on ITune
“All the Way to the Ocean” animated film premieres on iTunes today, World Oceans Day!”
The Wrong Climate for Damming Rivers, Video
Though large hydropower projects are often presented as a “clean and green” source of energy, nothing could be further from the truth.
Sonic Sea, Film Documentary
Oceans are a sonic symphony. Sound is essential to the survival and prosperity of marine life. But man-made ocean noise is threatening this fragile world. “Sonic Sea” is about protecting life in our waters from the destructive effects of oceanic noise pollution. Watch NRDC’s gripping new documentary trailer, and TV Premiere on Discovery Channel this Thursday, May 19.
“The Shore Break,” A Movie From Riley Grunenwald
A gorgeous stretch of the Wild Coast is the object of a standoff between corrupt pro-mining forces interested in mining the local beach sand for titanium, and a South African coastal community. The drama is structured around two diametrically opposed protagonists. A film review by Variety.
All the Way to the Ocean, The Movie
Joel Harper’s beloved book is now an animated movie featuring the talents of acclaimed actors, award winning musicians, and dedicated activists; including Amy Smart, Ben Harper, Burning Spear, Jack Johnson, Joel Harper, Marcia Cross, and Xavier Rudd. The movie artfully tackles non-point source pollution in an entertaining and immersive way that children and adults will find engaging!
FREIGHTENED – The Real Price of Shipping; a movie by Denis Delestrac
The latest movie by multi award-winning filmmaker Denis Delestrac: World Premiere at San Francisco Green Film Fest April 14th – 20th, 2016. Learn more!
Moving to Higher Ground (After 12,000 years)
The Quinault Indian Nation has lived in what is now Washington State for thousands of years. But, it’s time to move. The tribe lives on the coast, and climate change has caused sea levels to rise and endanger the village. As the tribe moves to higher ground, it’s bittersweet, since a new home also means moving off sacred ground.