Film. By Bill Couturie. 1993. 90 minutes.
U.S. history from the standpoint of the earth.
Film. By Annie Leonard. 2009. 21 minutes.
Series of short films on environmental and economic issues that make complicated issues easy to understand for middle school to adult viewers.
Film. By Annie Leonard. 2010. 7 minutes.
A viewer-friendly, informative, animated critique of the bottled water industry.
Film. Directed by Francine Cavanaugh and Adams Wood. 2010. 81 minutes.
This film takes viewers on a gripping emotional journey into a community surrounded by a looming toxic threat.
Film. Produced by Peter Bull, Justin Weinstein, Alex Gibney. 2010. 88 minutes.
A feature documentary that addresses the questions: Can coal be made clean? Can renewables and efficiency happen on a scale large enough to replace coal?
Film. Directed by Josh Fox. 2010. 107 minutes.
When filmmaker Josh Fox is asked to lease his land for drilling, he crosses the country and uncovers a trail of contamination.
Film. By Leah Mahan. 2013. 60 min.
Documentary about the impact of “development” on a historically African American community in Gulfport, Mississippi.
Film. By Avi Lewis. 2015. 90 min.
Seven portraits of communities on the front lines of the climate crisis.
Film. 86 minutes. 1985.
Documentary about people who learned to organize, and received peer support, at the Highlander Center.
Film. Narrated by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and illustrated by Molly Crabapple. The Intercept. 2019. 7 minutes.
The film flips the script on our future by illustrating one where we survive climate change and thrive because we took action today.