• 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

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Greenpeace Fashion Manifesto

Posted on September 22nd, 2013

Sign the Greenpeace Fashion Manifesto that is a global movement of fashionistas, activists, designers and bloggers united by a belief that beautiful fashion shouldn’t cause toxic pollution. Did you know that several top clothing brands manufacture their products in a way that damages the local watercourses? Toxic chemicals, used in the manufacturing process, are leaching […]Read more

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A Trip To One Of The World’s Most Polluted Rivers

Posted on September 2nd, 2013

In large metropolises such as New Delhi, 3.6 billion tonnes of sewage alone are dumped daily – but only half of that amount is effectively treated and the rest flows down the Yamuna, making it over 100,000 times higher than limits safe for bathing, resulting in widespread waterborne illnesses such as diarrhea from drinking and […]Read more

Time to Expose Dirty Rivers

Posted on September 2nd, 2013

From the onset of this project, the principals behind RiverBlue, feel the time has come to bring further awareness to the declining health of the rivers of our world. Rivers, oftentimes considered the “capillaries” of Planet Earth, have been in decline for hundreds of years – but most recently, the onslaught of industry, careless farming […]Read more

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Riverblue crew travels “Down Under”

Posted on September 2nd, 2013

In “the land down under” our focus was on capturing the thoughts of some of the world’s experts who spend their lives working on bettering the health of rivers. We spent the first part of our trip in Melbourne at the World Rivers Conference and gathered together some of the brightest and passionate minds from […]Read more

Mark Angelo paddles on the Zambezi

Posted on September 1st, 2013

On our first venture out into the river world we traveled with noted river activist, Mark Angelo, to the Zambezi river in Zimbabwe. As Mark tells us, “this is a river as a river should be.” In this initial trip we learn that Mark started his river advocacy in University, but his love for rivers […]Read more

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