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".
92 Minutes / English / 2015 / Directed by Andrew Morgan
The True Cost is a documentary film exploring the impact of fashion on people and the planet.
42 Minutes / English / 2014 / Dir
Water is precious and scarce in the remote valleys of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Berbers, the mountains’ sole inhabitants, use ancient irrigation methods to turn dry valleys into lush gardens. But climate change is threatening their existence in the small village of Tizi Anoucheg.
99 Minutes / English / 2015 / Directed by Shaun Monson
Despite the advent of science, literature, technology, philosophy, religion, and so on — none of these has assuaged humankind from killing one another, the animals, and nature. UNITY is a film about why we can’t seem to get along, even after thousands and thousands of years.
58 Minutes / English / 2012 / Directed by Christoffer Guldbrandsen
Zambia has the 3rd largest copper reserves in the world, but 60% of the population live on less than $1 a day and 80% are unemployed. Based on original research into public documents, the film describes the tax system employed by multinational companies in Africa.
40 Minutes / English – Japanese with English Subtitles / 2003 / Directed by Noboru Kaetsu
In the award-winning documentary Children Full of Life, a fourth-grade class in a primary school in Kanazawa, northwest of Tokyo, learn lessons about compassion from their homeroom teacher, Toshiro Kanamori.
39 Minutes / English / 2016 / Directed by Johnny Burke, Andrew Hinton
Jhamtse Gatsal meaning Garden of Compassion, a remarkable community for abandoned children,created by a man with no higher purpose than giving its young members the joys of childhood.
The Choice Is Ours 97 Minutes / English / 2016 / Directed by Roxanne Meadows The most pressing issues facing humankind today – from climate change to widespread crime to financial calamity to the rapidly depleting natural resources of our planet – take centre stage in The Choice is Ours, but they’re approached from a refreshingly unique perspective. This elegantly produced film […]
David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive 66 Minutes / English / 2014 / Directed by Daniel M. Smith Britain’s best-loved broadcaster brings his favourite extinct creatures back to life in David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive. In this ground-breaking film, Sir David takes us on a journey through the world-famous Natural History Museum in London in a captivating tale of discovery, adventure, […]
The Ambassador 93 Minutes / English (with Subtitles) / 2011 / Directed by Mads Brügger Danish journalist Mads Brügger goes undercover as a Liberian Ambassador to embark on a dangerous yet hysterical journey to uncover the blood diamond trade in Africa.
Kiribati: A Drowning Paradise In The South Pacific 42 Minutes / English / 2016 / Directed by Marcus Henssler UN estimates indicate that Kiribati could disappear in just 30 or 40 years. That’s because the average elevation is less than two meters above sea level. And some of the knock-on effects of climate change have made the situation more difficult. Kiribati […]