Environmental Festival: Sunday March 28th – Stream for FREE all day

Watch the first festival of 2021EMAIL US to reserve the FREE private link and password to watch the festival.

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

SMALL FOOTPRINTS: CRAFTING AN ECO-LODGE IN WILD ALASKA, 40min., USA, Documentary

Directed by James Daggett

In 2008, a sustainable development project began in the middle of the Kenai Fjords of Alaska, 3 hours by boat from the nearest port of civlization. Told from the points of view of crew members, project coordinators and the Native Alaskan corporation that owns the land itself, the film is both a celebration of and a blueprint for sustainable construction, as well as an exciting battle against time and the elements deep within wild Alaska.

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THE NAMELESS CALL – INSIDE COSTA RICA, 5min., Italy, Documentary

Directed by Wow Tapes

We sometimes make the mistake of believing that we have seen it all now. However, an epic adventure a year ago has destroyed this assumption, and some other things we claimed to have known. This film attempts to tell the journey of that (re-)discovery. Alongside pals from Vroomie, Wow Tapes team traveled on a bus throughout Costa Rica’s untouched gems of rainforests, beaches, volcanoes, waterfalls – all of which are home to a diversity of natural wildlife.

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PARADISE WON’T PROTECT ITSELF, 13min., Australia, Documentary

Directed by Jamil Hassan

In 2020, we were welcomed into the world of Marine Biologist Johnny Gaskell, who leads a team pioneering a Reef Restoration Program in the Whitsundays Region – a mountainous archipelago made up of 74 mostly uninhabited islands inside the Great Barrier Reef. Alongside Australian Marine Biologist Laura Wells and South African Surfer Frank Frank Solomon, we explore the mind-blowing beauty of the Great Barrier Reef and learn of the big challenges this region faces. Johnny is a big advocate for people learning first hand and encouraging everyone to jump in the water and make up their own minds. It’s the curiosity that gets people invested and motivates them to be apart of reef protection. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most spectacular living networks on earth. Seeing it for yourself will leave you speechless. Learning and understanding of its connectedness is the number one driver for innovative and creative change.

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RESCUE STORY – SAVING COMPANION ANIMALS, 64min., USA, Documentary

Directed by Daniel Gartzke

Without a doubt, the place of animals in our life is now permanent. Their companionship provides us with emotional support, responsibility, and deep bonds found in few other places. Although for many animals, the life of comfort and friendship isn’t the life they are dealt.

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