Tomorrow's Power

TOMORROW’S POWER: Hope in Times of Crisis showcases three communities from around the world, in Gaza, Colombia and Germany, and their responses to the environmental and economical crises they face. Our global economy is hooked on the need to extract fossil fuels and burn them to power our produc- tion and consumption. It is jeopardizing the planet and the possibility of conti- nued civilized human existence. On a deeper cultural level, this economy has been shaped by a world view that propels the...

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The Carbon Rush


Hundreds of hydroelectric dams in Panama. Incinerators burning garbage in India. Biogas extracted from palm oil in Honduras. Eucalyptus forests harvested for charcoal in Brazil. What do these projects have in common? They are all receiving carbon credits for offsetting pollution created somewhere else. But what impact are these offsets having? Are they actually reducing emissions? And what...

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Gaza: Enduring the Siege

15 min documentary film / 4K UHD 16:9 Stereo

"Gaza: Enduring the Siege" takes us into the streets and hospitals of Gaza. Here you will witness firsthand the daily realities of health under the blockade: A ecting water, health care, food and waste management. Filmed in Gaza City in January and February 2016, the audience will meet a variety of local Gazan’s from doctors, nurses, street vendors, water workers, waste pickers and children to learn what is life like behind Israel’s...

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Myths for Profit

Canada the global good guy? Lets examine that claim. Essential intro to geopolitics and profits, from NATO to Afghanistan via Kosovo. 'Myths for Profit: Canada's Role In Industries of War and Peace' takes a different approach to peacekeeping, the military and development, raising all sorts of questions along the way. An entertaining, well argued documentary.

MYTH 1) 'Canada is a peacekeeping nation' examines the changes within the Canadian military...

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Outside of EUrope

'Outside of EUrope' is a critical, short documentary examining the exclusionary nature of EU immigration and border policies and the responsibilities that are placed on periphery countries to handle the flow of migrants and refugees. Ukraine is used as the case study. Far from the eyes of the public, and never seen before on film, the documentary takes the viewer inside the Mukachevo Detention Centre for Women and Children Refugees, as well as the Pavshino Detention Centre for...
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Nex Venatus

A late riser finds himself caught in a deathly encounter between imagination and reality, taking him beyond the boundaries of the everyday human experience.

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