Academy Award winner Eva Orner chronicles the 2019-2020 Australian wildfires in Burning and asks what we'll do when the world goes up in flames.
An interview with Nuisance Bear directors Jack Weisman and Gabriele Osio Vanden on their TIFF 2021 short that observes polar bears and the humans who like to watch.
Now streaming for free from the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), David Curtis's Sovereign Soil shares stories of Canadians living off grid and learning sustainable practices as they thrive off the
As part of the 2021 festival, Cannes dedicated a sidebar to “Cinema for the climate.” This group of mostly non-fiction films tackled various storylines that somehow relate to environmental causes. This, combined
Peter Wohlleben's best-selling book The Hidden Life of Trees is adapted into a documentary of the same name by acclaimed German filmmaker Jörg Adolph, and nature documentarian, Jan Haft.
Who expected a whale to be the most relatable film character of 2021? The Loneliest Whale delivers a touching quest to explore the truth about a mysterious whale that swims through the
Fathom (USA, 85 min.) Dir. Drew Xanthopoulos “I’m trying to start a conversation,” explains Dr. Michelle Fournet in Fathom. Dr. Fournet is one of two researchers in the doc. The other is
Entangled: The Race to Save Right Whales from Extinction (USA, 75 min.) Dir. David Abel The fight to protect the whales is at the heart of several environmental movements. From the
In my corner of the filmmaking world, mostly filled with arty narratives, documentaries, and animation, Viktor Kossakovsky (Aquarela) is a big deal. He’s been winning awards since the early ‘90s for edgy