A film as unlikely as it is riveting in which people speak about the things that matter to them in their lives.
A thought-provoking documentary about economic democracy, which presents a different view of the workplace and how it could be run.
A lecture on some important issues which illustrate the unsustainable nature of growth, both in population and energy.
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.
French filmmaker Louis Malle’s film about Calcutta, which records in intimate detail the lives of the people in the city.
This film, made in 2001 by Stephanie Black, explores the effect that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has on poor countries by forcing them into globilisation.