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Beatrix Farrand's American Landscapes

Lynden B. Miller explores the life and work of America's first female landscape architect, Beatrix Farrand.

Bullfrog Films | 2020 | 62 minutes

Becoming Animal

An urgent and immersive audiovisual quest, forging a path into the places where humans and other animals meet.

Bullfrog Films | 2018 | 79 minutes

The Best of Both Worlds

Cohousing offers both privacy and community—the best of both worlds!

Bullfrog Films | 2020 | 27 minutes

Blame Game

Beautifully shot and taking a global perspective, Blame Game explores the challenges but also the possible solutions - some very simple - that could reduce waste, take advantage of an impressive skill-set, alleviate poverty and help our environment.

Collective Eye Films | 2018 | 48 minutes

Climate Trailblazers: Reimagining Our Futures

Exciting technologies have emerged, setting the gears in motion for a new green industrial revolution. Climate Trailbazers: Reimagining Our Future examines the new technologies and practices that decouple social and economic growth from carbon emissions.

Collective Eye Films | 2021 | 49 minutes

Connectivity Project

Examines the ripple effects of our actions in an interconnected world.

Bullfrog Films | 2021 | 45 minutes

Connectivity Project: Interconnections

Examines how different cultures and faiths from around the world have a common, time-honored awareness of an interconnected way of being.

Bullfrog Films | 2021 | 15 minutes

Connectivity Project: Plants Have Wings

Looks into the amazing realm of plants and their pollinators.

Bullfrog Films | 2021 | 15 minutes

Cooked: Survival by ZIP Code

From award-winning filmmaker Judith Helfand, Cooked: Survival by ZIP Code reveals the ways in which class, race, and zip code predetermine unequal response and recovery to environmental disaster. This title has one or more clips.

Bullfrog Films | 2020 | 82 minutes

Cooked: Survival by Zip Code

* New title added January 2023 *

Judith Helfand investigates a tragic 1995 heat wave in which 739 citizens died, most of them poor,elderly, and African American. Behind the shocking headlines she finds, a “slow-motion disaster” fueled by poverty, economics, social isolation, and racism.

Face to Face Media | 2020 | 54 minutes