Events India

  • This inspiring documentary shows us what life could be like if individuals took responsibility for their own energy production and shared it with their communities. It presents a refreshing look at how power can be returned to the people through this simple act. It explores the reality of community-owned energy micro-grids that make access to electricity […]

  • 2019 / 52 minutes / Frigge Mehring This documentary explores just how resilient and healthy lentils can be. They are undemanding and densely packed with protein, nutritional minerals and trace elements. They could hold the key to fighting famines and to boost the nutritional profile of many people in an inexpensive way. You can find our other […]

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    2019 / 91 minutes / Damon Gameau 2040 is a refreshingly optimistic pick if you want something less grim. This film is not about focusing on the urgency of problems. This solution-oriented documentary seeks out creative alternatives to tackle challenges of climate change. In particular, it imagines technological breakthroughs. These breakthroughs, supported by academics and […]

  • 2021 / 48 minutes / Tom Beard A fresh new approach to the global lock-down and the uplifting stories that have come out of it. People all over the world have had the chance to engage with nature like never before. See how the pandemic has changed life for all our fellow earthlings over the […]

  • Rights of Nature – 2018/ 52 Minutes / Isaac Isaac Goeckeritz, Hal Crimmel and Valeria Berros The documentary, THE RIGHTS OF NATURE: A GLOBAL MOVEMENT, shot in Ecuador, New Zealand and Santa Monica, California, focuses on a growing environmental initiative where natural areas are given legal provisions that can be enforced by people, governments and […]

  • SCHOOLING THE WORLD takes a challenging, sometimes funny, ultimately deeply disturbing look at the effects of modern education. It looks at the impact that it has on the world’s last sustainable indigenous cultures. Today, volunteers build schools in traditional societies around the world, convinced that school is the only way to a ‘better’ life for […]

  • emotA documentary for viewers of all ages about the thinking, emotional and feeling side of animals that are all too often viewed as food. Jeffrey Masson leads viewers through the personal journey he underwent while writing The Pig Who Sang to the Moon. It brings Masson to animal sanctuaries around the country where caregivers and […]

  • The Economics of Happiness spells out the social, spiritual, and ecological costs of today’s global economy. Importantly, the film also highlights the many benefits of a shift towards the local and showcases some of the steps people are already taking worldwide. Featuring interviews with Vandana Shiva, Bill McKibben, David Korten, Samdhong Rinpoche, and other inspiring […]

  • Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home explores the powerful struggle of conscience experienced by several people from traditional farming backgrounds who come to question the basic assumptions of their way of life. This struggle carries out in the minds of visitors to the farm sanctuary. A riveting story of transformation and healing, the documentary portrays the […]

  • The episode focuses on one particular species – the Northern White Rhino, which is on the brink of extinction. The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Garamba National Park is the only place to find the surviving wild population. Mark Carwardine hopes to return to the park where he and Douglas Adams managed to find and […]

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