NEXT EVENT: Environmental Shorts Festival. Fri. Feb. 26th – Stream for FREE all day

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SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

RIVER PLANTS, 15min., Columbia

Directed by Daniel Ocampo Rincón

Rivers are one of the most diverse, dynamic, and threatened ecosystems in the world. When we study them, we get into the fascinating world of the organisms that inhabit them. A Colombian scientist created a deep affinity with water and started studying different species of river plants. We’ll join biologist Ana Maria Bedoya in an aquatic scientific adventure while she tries to unravel the processes that originated freshwater landscapes and biodiversity in the Andes, through her research on ecology and evolution of river plants based on fieldwork and genetic analyses.

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THE GREAT ATCHAFALAYA BASIN, 8min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Mark Knight

Efforts to save the Atchafalaya Basin are highlighted with stunning visuals of the largest wetland and swamp in the United States. Located in south central Louisiana, it is a combination of wetlands and river delta area where the Atchafalaya River and the Gulf of Mexico converge.

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THE OCEAN VOICE, 4min., Brazil, Documentary

Directed by Rodrigo Thome

When the ocean speaks, we must listen!
The ocean voice is a message from the ocean to humanity!
We must learn to connect with the ocean, all life in our planet come from it! Besides that we still treating the ocean and its creatures as if it is not our problem.

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DIVEST!, 5min., USA, Animation

Directed by Nicholas Berger & Emily Fraser

An animation about divesting from fossil fuels with drawings and narration by youth from Bay Area Earth Guardians Crew and Youth vs Apocalypse.

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IN CONCERT, 3min., USA, Experimental

Directed by Linda Girvin

3 screen experimental film about the human species ongoing troubled relationship with nature.

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RECKONING WITH CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE GULF OF MAINE, 24min., Documentary

Directed by Sarah Delage, Christopher Rose, Philip Shelley

The Gulf of Maine is warming faster than 99% of the world’s oceans, making it the perfect microcosm for scientists studying the effects of climate change. Reckoning With Climate Change in the Gulf of Maine, a documentary produced by the University of New England, features Maine scientists grappling with impacts of climate change and what their role is in advocating for change.

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RETURNING HOME, 12min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Bhushan Thakkar

Richie Schley has built a career using the nature the earth provides us. In “Returning Home”, with stay at home orders in place, Richie takes time to reflect on his experiences in nature while connecting to a deeper understanding of the planet we call home.

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ALASKA LONG HUNTERS, 44min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Mark D. Rose

This award winning story follows the life of a young pilot who flew in Alaska’s frontier arctic. Experience the front-seat thrills of bush planes and helicopters operating in the most dangerous conditions on earth, airborne among the magnificent mountains, glaciers and rivers that only Alaska has to offer. Includes true-life experiences of accidents, comradeship, humor and heartbreak of life in early Alaska, gone forever when dismantled into parks in the 1980’s.

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