Every Friday we get together to watch a film with themes that relate to Sadhana Forest. These can be films about environment, natural history, social issues, etc.
We open this evening to guests and welcome anyone that would like to share this evening with us. Reservations are not required. We provide a free shuttle bus from the center of Auroville to Sadhana Forest and back. Before the featured film we have a tour of the project, explaining the project’s mission, achievements, challenges, and future aspirations.
After the film we provide a vegan, organic dinner free of charge. This evening is given as a gift. To read more about why we don't charge for activities such as these go to: "Gift Economy".
Documentary – 85 minutes, 2011, Directed by Suzanne Chisholm, Michael Parfit The true story of a young killer whale, an orca nicknamed Luna, who makes friends with people after he gets separated from his family on the rugged west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. As rambunctious and surprising as a visitor from another planet, […]
Documentary – 53 minutes, 2013 When we think about plants, we don’t often associate a term like “behavior” with them, but experimental plant ecologist JC Cahill wants to change that. The University of Alberta professor maintains that plants do behave and lead anything but solitary and sedentary lives. What Plants Talk About teaches us all […]
Documentary – 58 minutes, 2012. Narrated by David Attenborough This episode shows climate change, global warming, the melting of the ice caps and their consequences. Polar bears and Adélie Penguins lose their habitat and the Inuit people have to adapt as well.
Documentary – 92 minutes, 2013. Directed by Steve Hoover Winner of 11 Awards Blood Brother is an intimate portrait of Rocky Braat, a young man who longed to find a family. He didn’t know it, but this desire would lead him to an AIDS hostel in India, a place of unspeakable hardship, where he would […]
Join us for an evening of carefully selected short, inspiring films. Topics will range from environmentalism, veganism, inspirational talks, human health, nature and more.
Documentary – 45 minutes, 2004. Directed by Keith Melton Mystic India rediscovers India, a land of many mysteries and fascinations, the one land that all desire to see. Home of the Himalayas, the tallest mountains, India is our world’s largest and oldest democracy, and contains an amazing wealth of wisdom, culture and spirituality. And within […]
Documentary – 80 minutes, 2001. Directed by Stephanie Black Life and Debt is a 2001 American documentary film directed by Stephanie Black. It examines the economic and social situation in Jamaica, and specifically the impact thereon of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank’s globalization policies. Its starting point is the essay A Small […]
Documentary – 58 minutes, 2011. Narrated by David Attenborough After non-stop summer months, the polar regions have expanded maximally, abundant food turns even the bears sociable. However the shortening of days soon starts reversing the process as frost expands the ice again. So many seasonal migrations turn too, mainly leaving for warmer regions. A stunning […]
Documentary – 58 minutes, 2012. Directed by Subbiah Nallamuthu, narrated by Amerjit Deu A young tigress is chosen to found a new dynasty. Airlifted from her home in an Indian park to life in a new reserve, Baghani the tigress must fight with leopards for territory and learn to hunt dangerous wild boar. Also released […]
Documentary – 43 minutes, 2012. Directed by Cale Glendening, Joey L., Ryan McCarney “BEYOND” is an exclusive documentary featuring photographer Joey L. Set in Varanasi, India. The documentary by filmmaker Cale Glendening follows Joey and his assistant Ryan as they complete their latest photo series- “Holy Men.” Almost every major religion breeds ascetics; wandering monks […]