Unbreakable Virgin Islanders
When nature and the rest of the world left them in darkness, they gave each other light. A full length documentary feature film that tells the story of a people who weathered life’s greatest storms.
The Yes Men Are Revolting
The notorious activists, the Yes Men, take on big oil, lobbyists, and the U.S. government, armed with nothing but thrift-store suits. A hopeful message about ordinary people taking back the planet.
I'm With Phil
20 Phil Campbells from all over the world come together to help the people of a town called Phil Campbell in Alabama after a horrible tornado kills 27 residents. What was at first suppose to be a fun gathering of people who share the same name as the town, becomes what they believe to be what they were meant to do.
Mile...Mile And A Half
In an epic snow year, a group of artists leave their daily lives behind to hike & record California's historic John Muir Trail, a 219 miles stretch from Yosemite to Mt. Whitney.
Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Ecuador are some of the first to be affected by the melting glacial reserve. Scientists give viewers a perspective on the chain reaction happening worldwide.
A provocative take of ecology, energy and agriculture. In the Sourlands of New Jersey, a group of local engineers search for new ways to save energy and stop global warming.
Anna, Emma, And The Condors
Two sisters, Anna and Emma, and their mother and father, work together to save and reintroduce the California Condors back into the wild. This documentary shows viewers the beauty of life itself.
Becoming Animal is an invitation to explore our relationship with this "more-than-human world" and recognize it for what it is: an inexhaustibly mysterious realm wherein everything is alive and expressive, where humans, animals and landscapes are inextricably interdependent, and there is no such thing as empty space.
An in-depth look at 4 stories of people who left New Orleans because of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and never returned. This 14-year epic investigates why they left, why they didn’t return and how they are still deeply affected close to 15 years after the greatest natural disaster in American history changed their lives forever.
One of the most essential and inspirational viewings of how we can save the next generations by making a difference in the fields of food, energy, finance, democracy and education.
Saving Jamaica Bay
Residents of working-class Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods strive to preserve Jamaica Bay from being filled in for runways for the airport.
Poached reveals the underworld of illegal bird egg collecting by following convicted egg offenders as they confront their obsession that can wipe out a species of birds.
Heal For Free
A Transformational Media project about the health benefits of Grounding/Earthing which is making regular skin contact with the Earth for it's naturally-healing electrons.
A focus on Segway inventor, Dean Kamen, his fascinating life and his work to solve the world's water crisis.
Even Though The Whole World Is Burning
Poet Laureate W.S. Merwin has dedicated over three decades to preserving and regenerating native plants and palms on a shore of Maui, Hawaii. These actions are relevant to his poetry, offering important insights for an era marked by environmental degradation, human disconnect with nature and rapid climate change.
Above All Else
An intimate portrait of a group of landowners and activists in East Texas who tried to stop construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. These unforgettable stories become an exploration of the human spirit & social change in America.
Under the Great Oak
A community unites to mourn the death and celebrate the life of its oldest resident
To Which We Belong
A documentary that highlights farmers and ranchers leaving behind conventional practices that are no longer profitable or sustainable.
These unsung heroes are improving the health of our soil and sea to save their livelihoods -- and our planet.
A Plastic Ocean
An adventure documentary that brings light to the consequences of our global disposable lifestyle and uncovers the astounding truth about what lies beneath the surface of the ocean.
Behold The Earth
A music-rich documentary film that explores America’s divorce from the outdoors through conversations with legendary scientists as well as a new generation of creation-care activists within America’s Christian communities.
Discover the vital investigation of the economic and environmental instability of American's food system and what needs to be done to sustain land for future generations.
When Elephants Fight
Throughout history, Congo has been a tremendous source of wealth and prosperity but has primarily gone to colonial powers, dictators, rebel fighters, and foreign companies while the people of Congo are left with corruption, exploitation and war.
The Land Beneath Our Feet
Following a young Liberian man uprooted by war, who returns from the USA with never-before-seen footage of Liberia's past.
The Fight for Water
An environmental decision, intended to protect an endangered fish species, had unintended consequences upon the farming community who needed it for their jobs. These farmers staged a march across the California Central Valley to fight for their water to save their livelihoods.
Eat The Sun
A young man's journey into the little known world of sun gazing: an ancient practice of looking directly into the sun for long periods of time. Modern day sun gazers claim a multitude of health benefits.
The award-winning feature documentary That’s Wild tells the inspiring journey of Cliff (16), Ahmani (13) and Nicholas (13), three underserved teenage boys from Atlanta, attempting to climb four 12,000 ft snowcapped peaks in the heart of the Colorado wilderness, all while overcoming their own personal mountains.