The Docuseek International Collection (subscription)
The Docuseek International Collection (subscription) includes the following titles:
An urgent and immersive audiovisual quest, forging a path into the places where humans and other animals meet.
Sam, Matt and Mariah are three energetic young people on California’s central coast, un-inspired by what they studied in college, but, with a passion for dough - the bread kind.
What are the consequences of consumerism taking hold in developing countries like India?
Award-winning filmmaker Melanie Chait documents the last four years of her life-partner, outspoken lesbian, artist and theatre director, Nancy Diuguid's life, as she fights breast cancer.
Ecosophia explores the interrelation between energy, the economy, resources, population, psychology, spirituality, the biosphere, the limits to growth and climate change.
Mexico City provides a dramatic example of what happens when urbanization mixes with consumerism to create poverty and pollution.
Meddle captures Haida artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas‘s artistic process and philosophy as he creates a re-purposed, car-hood art for the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, BC
Since 2011, Cincinnati has been home to Co-op Cincy, a unique network of activists and unionized cooperatives that are building a more equitable economy from the ground up.
International Shorts Programs features short experimental dance films from Canada, U.S., Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Iran, Netherlands, Singapore, United Kingdom.
Featuring behind-the-scenes, rehearsals and personal stories of the artists we often only see on stage. Learn how dances are made from the people who make them. As Covid shutdowns forced dancers to take time away from performances, they used the time and space to create introspective films about their art to continue speaking to their audiences.
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