Tag Archives: film

Freeing the Whales, Hollywood Style

Filming has begun on a Hollywood adaptation of Tom Rose’s environmental communication classic Freeing the Whales: How the Media Created the World’s Greatest Non-Event. Continue reading

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H2Oil documentary

Just came across a short portion of this documentary about the oil sands in Alberta, via the Daily Dish. The full trailer is here: http://h2oildoc.com/home/

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Intolerable Consumerism: Images of Death at Midway

Chris Jordan and other artists are documenting the suffering we cause to baby albatrosses with our plastic garbage. Continue reading

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Green Family Values on Film

Three films humorously document families that are trying to cut their consumption and become mindful of their planetary impacts. Continue reading

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The Cove Connects Popular Culture to Ecological Crimes

A film about the Japanese slaughter of tens of thousands of dophins and porpoises every year makes the links between perceptions and representations of Nature and their consequences in the real world. Continue reading

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