Events India

  • 52 mins / English / 2013 / Directed by Paul Manly Water is largely taken for granted by consumers but it’s becoming “blue gold” in the 21st century. Troubled Water examines the threats to public water systems and watersheds using the East Coast of Vancouver Island as a case study. Privatization, public private partnerships (P3’s […]

  • Feb 10-13

    Sadhana Forest presents a Dialogue on Humanity. The voice of the youth in creating social and environmental change. Come be a part of a vibrant four-day interaction where we discuss ideas, philosophy, and motives that can impact the world. Together, we will explore ways to create change in different areas such as civil society, energy, […]

  • 2014 – 91 min. Directed by Simon Busch, English A fascinating journey into the land of longing spirituality – India, a thousand-year old civilization – mythical and mysterious, infinitely rich in ancient traditions, architecture, culture and religion. A fascinating culture and magnificent landscapes. For months, Simon Busch and Alexander Sass traveled with her team for […]

  • 2013 – 53 min. Directed by John D. Liu, English Covering an area that is the size of France, the Loess Plateau is home to more than 50 million very poor farmers who have suffered centuries of severe soil erosion, leading to massive environmental degradation and poverty. The film documents a remarkable paradigm shift: the […]

  • 2010 – 85 min. Directed by Chris Malloy, USA English 180° South: Conquerors of the Useless is a nature-adventure documentary that covers the journey of Jeff Johnson as he travels from Ventura, California to Patagonia, Chile, retracing the famous 1968 trip of environmentalists Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins in their Ford E-Series Econoline Van. In […]

  • Jan 23

    2009 – 92 min. Directed by Louis Psihoyos [Winner of 1 Oscar and 34 other awards] In a sleepy lagoon off the coast of Japan lies a shocking secret that a few desperate men will stop at nothing to keep hidden from the world. In Taiji, Japan, former dolphin trainer Ric O’Barry has come to […]

  • Jan 16

    2014 – 92 min. Directed by Stephanie Soechtig Fed Up shows how the first U.S. dietary guidelines issued, over 30 years ago, overlooked the role of dietary sugar in increasing risks of obesity, diabetes, and associated ill-health outcomes, particularly in children. Since these guidelines effectively allowed unlimited addition of sugar to foods consumed by children, […]

  • 2014 – 59 min. Produced by BBC2 Simon Reeve travels along the Yangtze, discovering a revival of religious faith in China. Starting his journey at the first bend in the Yangtze, Simon follows the river to Dazu where he sees 50,000 ancient and exquisite rock carvings, some of the only religious artefacts not to have […]

  • 2014 – 85 min. Directed by Kip Andersen & Keegan Kuhn The World’s largest environmental organizations are failing to address the single most destructive force facing the planet today. Follow the shocking, yet humorous, journey of an aspiring environmentalist, as he daringly seeks to find the real solution to the most pressing environmental issues and […]

  • 2005 – 49 min. Produced by the BBCJ For fifteen million years orangutans roamed tropical forests from China to South East Asia. Nowadays in Borneo, one of their last island outposts, lives one who is a legend. They gave him the name Kusasi. The Orangutan King is the story of Kusasi’s life told to us […]

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