A film looking at the work of a Taiwanese monk in southern Africa, and the orphanages he has set up there (English and Mandarin with subtitles).
A short documentary about the Buddhist Retreat Centre in South Africa and the impact it is having on the local community.
This is another of the documentaries by John D. Liu showing the possibility of renewing degraded lands around the world.
An overview of the work being carried out worldwide to restore heavily degraded lands. It is possible and it only takes a few years.
A remarkably clear presentation about the history of seed and the role it has played in our societies and how that is all being changed by corporations.
The sixth episode in this series looks at the way photography has been commodified, just like modern art in general has.
In the second series of films about radical ecological architecture we move from the States to see how it is being implemented around the world.
A series of radical films made all over the world about new ideas in building and community, and how we move away from the mess we have only recently created.
This documentary provides a lot of fresh material showing how the commodification of such a basic resource as water is actually killing people right here and now, but no one seems to be held accountable for it.