An individual who is suffering from the obsessive-compulsive disorder and forced to migrate to outer space, he misses his mother and homeland. However, the only response to his calling his mother is an endless busy tone.
The Facemask tells a cautionary tale of how our consumer habits and means of preventing further spread of disease can ultimately do more harm than good. When a distracted office worker bunglingly takes off her facemask to take a phone call, the elusive mask takes on a life of its own, soaring through the skies, across the countryside, eventually landing on a beach where it threatens to end up in the water.
Latin for the word Blacks, Negros is an experimental social justice film depicting the young black male experience in modern-day Miami. The story follows James, 14, as he overcomes a series of traumas in order to make a difference in his neighbourhood and rediscover adolescent joy. An ultimately uplifting story about healing, hope and the power of community in Liberty City, the film perfectly highlights why environmental justice is racial justice.
Possible World is a painted animation inspired by interviews conducted with over 100 everyday individuals across Ethiopia. In a series of beautiful and dynamic scenes, Wube brings to life his subjects’ dreams for a regenerative world, starting with existing practices that benefit both communities and the environment. Wube presents this collective vision to audiences around the world as a model for our shared future.
As humans threaten to overwhelm nature and environment, it is important to take a beat and reassess the impact of our actions. The documentary is a step in the same direction by engaging with a crucial concern that needs to be discussed more in the urban space. be overcome and achieved.
On the Fenceline: A Fight for Clean Air follows a South Philadelphia community as they mobilize to shut down all operations of the east coast’s largest oil refinery.
This short film highlights the hope and tenacity of the young activists of Wilmington, California as they push the Los Angeles City Council to prohibit new and existing oil and gas drilling operations within 2,500 feet of homes, schools and hospitals.
In East Detroit, Tim Paule and Nicole Lindsey are transforming their community one hive at a time. By working to convert an estimated 90,000 vacant housing lots in their city into urban bee farms, Tim and Nicole are bringing life back to their community