Save the Earth! Program
supported by RINREI
Mile for Mile
Ultrarunners Krissy Moehl, Jeff Browning and Luke Nelson run 106 miles through the newly opened Patagonia Park in Chile, honoring 10 years of work that went into creating it. The focus of this story is on the park itself, using the athletes as a lens for audiences to connect to the region.
The history of humanity and of our planet in four minutes. An eco-friendly statement developed in a single shot that has it all: humor, action and tragedy.
When a small community's only source of water unexpectedly collapses during a severe drought; Zoleka, a mild mannered and well meaning young woman, is forced to go to extreme lengths to ensure that her ailing sister lives another day...
On March 17th 1958, Vanguard, the first solar-powered satellite, was launched into space. At that time, space junk did not exist. Now, over one hundred million pieces of human-made space junk orbit the Earth. They include dead satellites, rocket parts, fuel tanks, paint flecks, nose cones, collision debris and more.
A meteorologist who narrates his experience in the Arctic through a voice recording; And how his life is linked physically and spiritually to nature.
Two characters immersed in the world of organized crime. In what seems to be another ordinary day in their regular and dark routines, they make the huge mistake of getting rid of a body in the wrong place.
Gardeners of the Forest
For generations, Laos was known as the Land of a Million Elephants but, in 2015, there were only 400 elephants left in the wild.
Life as a Rhizome
Klaus Volkmann is a man who leads a simple life with a positive view of the world. He shows how our existence can branch at any point and in any direction, like a rhizome.
Now You See It
A short film about environmental damage, featuring the voice of Ewan McGregor.