• Hollywood International Independant Documentary
  • Northwest Filmmaker Festival
  • Vancouver International film festival
  • Sedona Film Festival
  • Blue Ocean Film Festival
  • Cineme Verde Film Festival
  • Colorado Environmental Film Festival
  • Eugene International Film Festival
  • New Jersey Film Festival
  • Wild & Scenic Film Festival
  • San Luis Obispo Film Festival
  • Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival
  • Transitions Film Festival
  • Water Docs Film Festival
  • San Francisco Green Festival
  • Arizona International Film Festival
  • Canadian International Fashion Film Festival
  • Cleveland International Film Festival
  • Environmental Film Festival in the Nations Capital
  • NYC Indie Film Fest
  • Newport Beach Film Festival
  • Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival
  • Sarasota Film Festival

Reversing and Preventing Water Pollution

Posted on June 27th, 2014

In the past century, we have seen the world’s waterways diminish. From the Cuyahoga River in Ohio, which was so filthy that it caught fire in 1959, to the Citarum River in West Java, Indonesia, which has been an unfortunate casualty of rapid population growth in the area. Luckily, many of our waterways can still […]


Jeans – How Dirty Are Yours?

Posted on June 25th, 2014

Through harsh chemical manufacturing processes and the irresponsible disposal of toxic chemical waste, one of our favourite iconic products, jeans, is destroying rivers and changing the lives of people who count on these waterways for their survival. It’s not OK. “Rivers are our planet’s arteries; they’re lifelines in the truest sense – so what happens […]


An Encounter With Rob Catchlove, Environmental Scientist, Melbourne

Posted on June 18th, 2014

See what Environmental Scientist Rob Catchlove has to say about the value of rivers to our urban cities.


An Encounter With Michael Kustudia, Milltown State Park

Posted on June 3rd, 2014

Watch our ‘Encounter With’ Michael Kustudia from Milltown State Park in Montana recount the history of the Milltown Dam and why it has now become a beautiful State Park.