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Normal is Over - Innovative Solutions to Global Decline
An award-winning documentary about humanity's wisest responses to climate change, species extinction, resource depletion, income inequality, and the connection between these issues. A look at the financial and economical paradigm underlying our planetary problems, while offering various solutions to reverse…
At the Fork - Grappling with the Morality of Farming Animals for Food
A timely and refreshingly unbiased look at how farm animals are raised for our consumption, "At the Fork" follows filmmaker and omnivore John Papola, together with his vegetarian wife Lisa, as they investigate our the way our agricultural system produces…
The Scripture of Nature
Part of the Series: Ken Burns: The National Parks
PBS
In 1851, word spreads across the country of a beautiful area of California's Yosemite Valley, attracting visitors who wish to exploit the land's scenery for commercial gain and those who wish to keep it pristine. Among the latter is a…
Seed: The Untold Story - Defending the Future of Food
In the last century, 94% of our seed varieties have disappeared. A cadre of 10 agrichemical companies, including Syngenta, Bayer, and Monsanto, controls over two-thirds of the global seed market, reaping unprecedented profits. SEED: THE UNTOLD STORY follows passionate seed-keepers…
The Last Refuge
Part of the Series: Ken Burns: The National Parks
PBS
By the end of the 19th century, widespread industrialization has left many Americans worried about whether the country - once a vast wilderness - will have any pristine land left. At the same time, poachers in the parks are rampant,…
Food Choices - How Our Diet Affects the Environment
This is a different kind of movie about food. Unlike several other documentaries of the genre that often focus on singular aspects and issues related to food, this feature length film takes a broader look and explores the impact that…
A Year In Burgundy - A Year in the Life of 7 Wine-Making Families
Awarded "5 Stars!" by the Financial Times , this film follows seven wine-making families in the Burgundy region of France through the course of a full year, and delves into the cultural and creative process of making wine, as well…
Meat - A Look at the Production of Consumer Meat Products
MEAT traces the process through which cattle and sheep become consumer goods. It depicts the processing and transportation of meat products by a highly automated packing plant, illustrating important points and problems in the area of production, transportation, logistics, equipment…
A Year in Port - Examining How Port Wine is Made in Portugal
In this superb documentary on everyone's favorite desert wine, renowned wine importer Martine Saunier is our guide as we journey into Portugal's spectacular Douro Valley to explore the mystery and complexity of the world of port. "This film will appeal…
The Great Plow Up & Dust to Eat
Part of the Series: Ken Burns: The Dust Bowl
PBS
THE DUST BOWL chronicles this critical moment in American history in all its complexities and profound human drama. It is part oral history, using compelling interviews of 26 survivors of those hard times--what will probably be the last recorded testimony…
Wild Plants - Urban Gardening as Activism
The term 'wild plants' is a reference to vegetation that seeds itself in fallow and abandoned land and creates new habitats. WILD PLANTS is a profile of the people who make this happen; activists who are creating their own botanical…
The Empire of Grandeur
Part of the Series: Ken Burns: The National Parks
PBS
In the early 20th century, America has a dozen national parks, but they are a haphazard patchwork of special places under the supervision of different federal agencies. The conservation movement, after failing to stop the Hetch Hetchy dam, pushes the…
Symphony of the Soil - An Artistic Examination of Our Relationship With Soil
Drawing from ancient knowledge and cutting-edge science, SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL is an artistic exploration of the miraculous substance: soil. By understanding the elaborate relationships and mutuality between soil, water, the atmosphere, plants and animals, we come to appreciate the…
Queen of the Sun - What are the Bees Telling Us?
From Taggart Siegel, director of the award-winning documentary The Real Dirst on Farmer John , comes a profound, alternative look at the global bee crisis. Queen of the Sun takes us on a journey through the catastrophic disappearance of bees…
Plant This Movie - The Urban Agriculture Revolution
Featuring leading urban farming advocates, the film explores the inspiring success story of Cuba, and travels globally to communities of urban farmers in Shanghai, Calcutta, Addis Ababa, London, and Lima. In the US, the film visits innovative projects in New…
Slow Food Revolution
Speed - the obsession of the modern world - is determining what people should eat and how. Traditional foods are at risk of disappearing forever. An international eco-gastronomic movement known as Slow Food champions the protection of traditional culture, the…
Sea Gypsies: The Far Side of the World - A Rogue Nautical Expedition from New Zealand to Antarctica
The vessel is Infinity, a 120 foot, hand-built gypsy sailboat, crewed by a band of miscreants. The journey: an 8,000 mile Pacific crossing, from New Zealand to Patagonia, with a stop in Antarctica. Unlike all the other boats heading to…
Polyfaces - Food Without Chemicals: From Family Farm to Table
Set in the stunning Shenandoah Valley in northern Virginia, Polyface Farm is run by "the world's most innovative farmer" and uses no chemicals and feeds over 6,000 families and many restaurants and food outlets within a 3 hour 'foodshed.' A…
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Going Home
Part of the Series: Ken Burns: The National Parks
PBS
While visiting the parks was once predominantly the domain of Americans wealthy enough to afford the high-priced train tours, the advent of the automobile allows more people than ever before to visit the parks. Mather embraces this opportunity and works…
Fed Up! - Food Production and GMOs
About 70% of the food we eat contains genetically engineered ingredients and the biotech industry is spending $50 million a year to convince us that this technology is our only hope. Using hilarious and disturbing archival footage and featuring interviews…