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BEAR VIEWING: KATMAI NATIONAL PARK, ALASKA, 12min., Canada, Documentary
Directed by Karen Lang
Katmai National Park and Preserve spans over 16,000 square kilometers and is an important habitat for salmon and a key feeding ground for bear. It is home to approximately 2000 grizzly or brown bear, which are known to be some of the largest in the world.
UNDER WATER, 6min., USA, Documentary
Directed by Ziru Wang
10 years after Hurricane Sandy, how the infrastructure under water will survive, is still a challenge.
LAND BEFORE LAND, 10min., USA, Documentary
Directed by Steve Bransford
There were massive transformations of Southern U.S. landscapes in the 19th and 20th centuries in relatively short timeframes. Today those changes are hard to see and are rarely memorialized on the land.
BIOPIXELS, 4min., USA, Experimental
Directed by Kristina Dutton
Butterflies and moths comprise 12% of all species known to man (180,000 species!), and their seemingly endless biodiversity is visually translated on their wings through color and pattern variation. Incredibly, we humans share these specific wing shaping genes with butterflies, and actually these major molecular paintbrushes are found in numerous other creatures as well.
WHOSE IS THE LAND?, 14min., Italy, Environment/Comedy
Directed by Daniela Giordano
In the Upper World water flows unused from house taps. In the Under World sources are dry and arid. Green culture upstairs and survival culture downstairs. The two worlds and the families which live in those worlds seem to be separated and uncapable of communicating, but they are not. Pipes connect everything and somebody look at different behaviours and ways of life. It's the Earth, who sees injustices caused by squandering and oversized consumption. Everything is connected. The Earth decides to speak. Only the children can hear her and will be in the forefront of change.