Videos

From bean to bar in Grenada, this documentary shows how chocolate can be made organically and without child slaves.
A controversial pro-nuclear documentary aims to reframe America’s complicated relationship with nuclear development.
Director Jose Álvarez captures the deep rooted rituals of the Totonac people in Mexico while discovering encroaching threats to their culture.
In September 1957, a nuclear waste storage tank exploded in Southern Ural Russia. More than 50 years later, Sebastian Mez documented the abandoned area.
The third instalment of the "Globalization Trilogy" follows an Indian farmer who is struggling to stay alive in a world of genetically modified seeds, farmer suicides and skyrocketing debt.
David Fedele funded, produced, directed and edited this exposé of a community that relies on e-waste to survive.
Director Amy Miller explores the dark side of carbon offsets.
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