If a Tree Falls, A Story of the Earth Liberation Front

A film outlining a history of one of the cells of the Earth Liberation Front.

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Call of Life (the 6th Mass Extinction)

A film from Species Alliance on the dangers facing the planet by the mass extinction of species life due to pollution, resource exploitation and overpopulation.

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Women Who Make America 3: Charting a New Course

The third part of a 3-part mini series giving a social history of the women’s movement in America.

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Women Who Make America 2: Changing the World

The second part of a 3-part mini series giving a social history of the women’s movement in America.

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Women Who Make America 1: Awakening

The first part of a 3-part mini series giving a social history of the women’s movement in America.

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To the Last Drop

A film about the environmental effects of the exploitation of the tar sands in Alberta, Canada, believed to be the largest deposit of oil in the world.

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Tibet’s Cry for Freedom

This film was shot between 2007 and 2008 during the run up to the Beijing Olympics, and interviews most of the main players on the Tibetan side.

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Children of God

A moving documentary about kids living in a crematorium on the banks of the Bagmati River in Kathmandu, Nepal, where they make their living scavenging from offerings made at a cremation.

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The Cove – Atrocities against Dolphins

Academy Award winning film about a group of activists led by Ric O’Barry, filming the capture and slaughter of dolphins in Taiji, Japan.

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They Call it Myanmar: Lifting the Curtain

Filmed over a two-year period before the 2011 elections that started the slow changes that Myanmar’s reformist government introduced, this 80-minute documentary by Robert Lieberman shows what an uphill struggle the country is going to face simply to catch up.

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