Monthly Archives: July 2012

  • Our next Eco Film on Friday, August 3rd will be Encounters at the End of the World. Genre: Documentary – 101 minutes, 2007. Werner Herzog. English, USA Welcome to Antarctica, like you’ve never experienced it. Acclaimed German filmmaker Werner Herzog (Fitzcarraldo, Grizzly Man) heads off to the South Pole to meet some remarkable individuals who […]

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  • Our next Eco Film on Friday July 27th will be The Emotional World of Farm Animals. Genre: Documentary – 52 minutes, 2004. Presented by Jeffrey Masson. English, USA Watch the full movie here: The Emotional World of Farm Animals is a delightful documentary for viewers of all ages about the thinking and feeling side of […]

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  • Our next Eco Film screening Friday, July 20th at 7 p.m. will be I Am. Genre: Documentary – 76 minutes, 2010. Tom Shadyac. English, USA Watch the full movie here: What’s wrong with our world? And what can we do about it? With a film crew of four, Director Tom Shadyac (Nutty Proffessor, Bruce Almighty) […]

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  • Our next Eco Film on Friday, July 13th, will be Powaqqatsi – Life in Transformation. Genre: Documentary, Godfrey Reggio, 1988, 100 Minutes, English A spectacular, breathtaking five-part dreamscape about the nature of civilization and its ever-important impact on the environment, with music by Philip Glass. Produced by Francis Ford Coppola and George Lucas. Directed by […]

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  • The entire course was invited to a beautiful and inspiring farm, the home of Ananda and his family located in Thiruvannammalai, a local city about 110kms away. Spending 4 days there the course excitingly built a composting toilet, created a raised bed area for future vegetable garden and also took on a few maintenance progress […]

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  • Our next Eco Film screening on Friday July 6th at 7 p.m. will be The Queen of Trees. Genre: Documentary, PBS Nature, 2005, 52 Minutes, English Watch the trailer here and the full movie further down: NATURE reveals the importance of an unlikely partnership between a regal tree and a tiny wasp in The Queen […]

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May the forest be with you.