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Who controls the future of your food? GMO OMG explores the systematic cor- porate takeover and potential loss of humanity's most precious and ancient inheritance: seeds.

GMO OMG tells the story of a father's discovery of GMOs through the symbolic act of poor Haitian farmers burning seeds in defiance of Monsanto's gift of 475 tons of hybrid corn and vegetable seeds to Haiti shortly after the devastating earthquake of January 2010. After a journey to Haiti to learn why hungry farmers would burn seeds, the real awakening of what has happened to our food in the US, what we are feeding our families, and what is at stake for the global food supply unfolds in a trip across the United States and other countries in search of answers. Are we at a tipping point? Is it time to take back our food? The encroaching darkness of unknown health and environmental risks, seed take over, chemical toxins, and food monopoly meets with the light of a growing resistance of organic farmers, concerned citizens, and a burgeoning movement to take back what we have lost. Today in the United States, by the simple act of feeding ourselves, we unwittingly participate in the largest experiment ever conducted on human beings.

What is a Genetically Modified Organism (GMO)?
The World Health Organization Defines a GMO as: Organisms in which the genetic material (DNA) has been altered in a way that does not occur naturally.
The most common genetically modified crops are: Corn, Soy, Canola, Cotton, Sugar Beets, Alfalfa, Papaya, Zucchini and Yellow Summer Squash.
GMOs are in nearly 80% of all processed foods in the United States and the most common sources of gmos are:
High-Fructose Corn Syrup, Soy Lecithin, Amino Acids, Aspartame, Ascorbic Acid, Sodium Ascorbate, Vitamin C, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Ethanol, Flavorings ("natural" and "artificial"), Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Lactic Acid, Maltodextrins, Molasses, Monosodium Glutamate, Sucrose, Textured Vegetable Protein (TVP), Xanthan Gum, Vitamins, Yeast Products.

Over 60 countries require labeling of GMOs, including Russia, India, and China.
In the United States, GMOs are not labeled on the federal or any state level, despite the fact that 96% of Americans polled want mandatory labeling of GMOs.

Written , Directed, and Produced by Jeremy Seifert
Trailer by Joseph Lindquist
Music by Jubilee Singers


Mission of Mermaids represents both the spectacular beauty and current plight of the world’s ocean. Subtitled “A love letter to the ocean,” the film uses the archetype of the mermaid, a mythical creature that is evocative of the ocean’s beauty and mystery, to bring the audience into the intimate world of the seas, rekindle an appreciation and love for them, and awaken the audience to the urgent need to respect and care for them before it’s too late.
Susan Cohn Rockefeller decided to make this film sparked by her own belief in the power of myth and beauty to awaken our imaginations and inspire us to action.
Combined with spectacular images of the ocean and its underwater creatures, historical references and scientific facts, MOM evokes the archetype of the mermaid, a mythical creature that embodies the ocean’s enduring mystery. The film honors the women and men who live from and for the seas—artists, activists, performers, divers, fishermen, and sailors. And all of us who have dreamed on beaches, reveled in the ocean’s waters, or nourished ourselves in her depths.

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Acclaimed National Geographic photographer James Balog was once a skeptic about climate change. But through his Extreme Ice Survey, he discovers undeniable evidence of our changing planet. In Chasing Ice, Balog deploys revolutionary time-lapse cameras to capture a multi-year record of the world's changing glaciers. His hauntingly beautiful videos compress years into seconds and capture ancient mountains of ice in motion as they disappear at a breathtaking rate. Traveling with a team of young adventurers across the brutal Arctic, Balog risks his career and his well-being in pursuit of the biggest story facing humanity. As the debate polarizes America, and the intensity of natural disasters ramps up globally, Chasing Ice depicts a heroic photojournalist on a mission to deliver fragile hope to our carbon-powered planet.


BLOOD BROTHER / U.S.A. (Director: Steve Hoover) — Rocky went to India as a disillusioned tourist. When he met a group of children with HIV, he decided to stay. He never could have imagined the obstacles he would face, or the love he would find..


One thousand years after cataclysmic events forced humanity's departure from Earth, Nova Prime has become mankind's new home. Legendary General Cypher Raige returns from an extended tour of duty to his estranged family, ready to be a father to his 13-year-old son, Kitai. When an asteroid storm damages Cypher and Kitai's craft, they crash-land on a now unfamiliar and dangerous Earth. As his father lies dying in the cockpit, Kitai must trek across the hostile terrain to recover their rescue beacon. Check out the website:


The Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl crossed the Pacific ocean in a balsa wood raft in 1947, together with five men, to prove that South Americans already back in pre-Columbian times could have crossed the sea and settle on Polynesian islands. After financing the trips with loans and donations they set off on an epic 101 days long trip across 8000 kilometers, while the world was waiting for the result of the trip. The film tells about the origin of the idea, the preparations and the events on the trip. Kon-Tiki was named after the Inca sun god, Viracocha, and "Kon-Tiki" is an old name for this god. Heyerdahl filmed the expedition, which later became the Acaemy award winning documentary in 1951, and wrote a book about the expedition which was translated into 70 languages and sold more than 50 millions copies around the world. Heyerdahl believed that people from South America could have settled Polynesia in pre-Columbian times.


Landfill Harmonic is an upcoming feature-length documentary about a remarkable musical orchestra in Paraguay, where the musicians play instruments made from trash.

Cateura, Paraguay is a town essentially built on top of a landfill. Garbage collectors browse the trash for sellable goods, and children are often at risk of getting involved with drugs and gangs. When orchestra director Szaran and music teacher Fabio set up a music program for the kids of Cateura, they soon have more students than they have instruments.

That changed when Szaran and Fabio were brought something they had never seen before: a violin made out of garbage. Today, there’s an entire orchestra of assembled instruments, now called The Recycled Orchestra.

The film shows how trash and recycled materials can be transformed into beautiful sounding musical instruments, but more importantly, it brings witness to the transformation of precious human beings.


Faced with losing their small farms, rural Maine dairy farmers launch their own milk company—a gamble that will either ruin or save them. For more information, go to


What is it like to live in extreme poverty? Could you budget only one dollar a day to survive?

Four friends from the United States spent their summer living in Guatemala on one dollar a day to try and understand the reality of poverty first hand.

This fall 2012, their journey continues. They have four months, a 1978 school bus, and a radical plan to use their film to engage hundreds of thousands of students in the fight to end extreme poverty.

To request a screening or learn more about Living on One's poverty alleviation efforts, please visit: or email [email protected]

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Cape Spin! An American Power Struggle tells the surreal, fascinating, tragicomic story of the battle over America's most scandalous clean energy project. Cape Wind would be the U.S.'s first offshore windfarm...But strange alliances formed for and against: Kennedys, Kochs, and everyday folks do battle with the developer and green groups over the future of American power.

With full access to both sides, a commitment to impartial storytelling and fueled by a satiric 'revolutionary' soundtrack, Cape Spin is "a gripping and entertaining study of eco-capitalism and grassroots democracy". "It proves that environmental films can be crowd pleasers, and not at all just about the environment."


People of a Feather is an award winning documentary film about a unique Inuit culture that relies on birds for food and clothing, and the challenges they share adapting to changing sea ice ecosystems.

Director Joel Heath is a marine scientist who first made his way to Nunavut's Belcher Islands to study downy birds for the Canadian Wildlife Service. While there, Heath began utilizing his skills as a wildlife photographer and started to film the behavior of Belcher Island's Eider ducks, whose down in the warmest in the world. As Heath's time in Nunavut continued, he started to interview the people of Sanikiluaq and soon a sprawling documentary was being realized.

Heath's resulting debut feature offers a unique portrait of a region coping with environmental changes brought on by hydroelectric dams. People of Feather looks at the connectivity between the Inuit people of Sanikiluag (who are credited as co-filmmakers) and the Eider ducks, and how their relationship has changed due to man's tampering with Hudson Bay.

Winner, Best BC Film of 2011, Vancouver Film Critics Circle
Bronze & Silver , Direction & Cinematography, International TV and Film Awards
Winner, Audience Choice, Best Environmental Film, Vancouver International Film Festival
Winner, Top 10 Canadian Films, Vancouver International Film Festival


More than Honey - Markus Imhoof (Official Trailer) from CIBER Science on Vimeo.

Searching for answers for the global bee declines director Markus Imhoof takes us on a trip around the world to meet people living with and off honeybees: almond growers in California, a Swiss mountain beekeeper, a German neuroscientist investigating bee brains, a pollen dealer in China, and bee researchers in Australia. We enter the fascinating world of a bee hive, encounter fighting queens and dancing workers face to face and experience their highly sophisticated swarm intelligence, where the individual constantly serves the requirements of the community. The film will have its world premiere on the 11th of August 2012, concluding the biggest film festival in Switzerland. It will be officially released in Europe end of October 2012 and will be distributed internationally in early 2013. More info:


It took Dr. Fred Urquhart almost 40 years to discover the monarch butterflies' secret hideaway and prove the most incredible migration on Earth. Following the year-long annual migration cycle of the butterflies, the award-winning production team filmed hundreds of millions of monarchs in their remote overwintering sanctuaries in Mexico in 2011 and again in 2012 and also along their migratory routes from Canada, across the U.S. and into Mexico.


Last Call At The Oasis Trailer. A documentary on the world's water crisis ! Instead of treating water with care, we've allowed it to become polluted with toxic chemicals and agricultural and industrial waste. And it's very possible that in the near future, there won't be enough to sustain life on the planet. We need to think again. We must be the solution.

Last Call At The Oasis Trailer. From the Company that brought you An Inconvenient Truth, Waiting for Superman and Food, Inc., directed by academy award winning Jessica Yu.


The Price- Trailer from matt fife: director on Vimeo.


The Price is a feature length documentary exploring humanity’s role in the disappearance of the iconic rhino, whose five species currently make up the most threatened large animal group on the planet. The Price looks at the beloved rhino as a poignant symbol of all that is wrong with the current human-animal relationship and of all that must change with the pervasive commodification of our planet’s fellow creatures if we are to halt the massive biodiversity loss that is taking place as species great and small are wiped from the earth in the blind pursuit of profit by the hands of man. A Film by Melinda MacInnis.



Samsara is a non-narrative film created by filmmakers Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson. It is described as a sequel or continuation of the highly acclaimed 1992 film Baraka, which was also directed by Ron Fricke and produced by Mark Magidson. The word Saṃsāra is a Sanskrit word that means world or "cyclic existence", but is used often to describe worldly activities, and in the words of Fricke, the film "will delve deeper into my favorite theme: humanity's relationship to the eternal.

Expanding on the themes they developed in BARAKA (1992) and CHRONOS (1985), SAMSARA explores the wonders of our world from the mundane to the miraculous, looking into the unfathomable reaches of man’s spirituality and the human experience. Neither a traditional documentary nor a travelogue, SAMSARA takes the form of a nonverbal, guided meditation.

Filmed over a period of five years in twenty-five countries on five continents, and shot on 70mm film, Samsara transports us to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders.

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Trashed - No Place For Waste with Jeremy Irons. Looks at the risks to the food chain and the environment through pollution of our air, land and sea by waste. The film reveals surprising truths about very immediate and potent dangers to our health. It is a global conversation from Iceland to Indonesia between the film star Jeremy Irons and scientists, politicians and ordinary individuals whose health and livelihoods have been fundamentally affected by waste pollution. Visually and emotionally the film is both horrific and beautiful: an interplay of human interest and political wake-up call. But it ends on a message of hope: showing how the risks to our survival can easily be averted through sustainable approaches that provide far more employment than the current 'waste industry'. (C) Blenheim Films 2012


Cloud Atlas Extended Trailer (2012) - Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Hugh Grant. Written by Lana Wachowski (Matrix)

An exploration of how the actions of individual lives impact one another in the past, present and future, as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero, and an act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution.

Everything is connected: an 1849 diary of an ocean voyage across the Pacific; letters from a composer to his friend; a thriller about a murder at a nuclear power plant; a farce about a publisher in a nursing home; a rebellious clone in futuristic Korea; and the tale of a tribe living in post-apocalyptic Hawaii, far in the future.


Vivarium is an environmental SCI-FI thriller. In a dystopian future, all plant life on Earth has been wiped out due to biological warfare. The only way to experience nature is in Vivarium, a perfect virtual reality of pristine Earth, as it once was. It's a near-hopeless future where the ghost of Mother Nature's gifts have been twisted, corporatized into a luxury. 

Against that background, the film explores the dynamics of humans in a world devoid of sunlight, fresh air, and the beauty of a flower. And more importantly it reveals how far heroes will go to get it all back.

The story follows an aging bounty hunter old enough to remember real wilderness from his younger days who must use his antiquated skills to track a dangerous hacker through this digital playground. As he hunts, he uncovers a dark secret that the corporate owners of Vivarium will do anything to hide,  which could change the course of history.


LoneShark is a trio of filmmakers. Hailing from France, New York, and Arizona, Patrick Ward-Perkins, Jonathan Ehlers, and Jason Radspinner believe that true collaboration puts the story first. This foundation has guided LoneShark through all of their projects, from concept to final cut.  They are represented by Ryan Cunningham at Madhouse Entertainment. For more information, visit
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This revealing and touching film asks what happens when a generation's ultimate anti-authoritarians – punk rockers – become society's ultimate authorities – dads. With a large chorus of punk rock's leading men - Blink-182's Mark Hoppus, Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea, Rise Against’s Tim McIlrath - THE OTHER F WORD follows Jim Lindberg, a 20-year veteran of the skate punk band Pennywise, on his hysterical and moving journey from belting his band's anthem ”F--k Authority,” to embracing his ultimately authoritarian role in mid-life: fatherhood. Other dads featured in the film include skater Tony Hawk, Art Alexakis (Everclear), Mark Mothersbaugh (Devo), Tony Adolescent (The Adolescents), Fat Mike (NOFX), Lars Frederiksen (Rancid), and many others.

Directed by Andrea Blaugrund Nevins
Produced by Cristan Reilly and Andrea Blaugrund Nevins


Manjusha Amberwar hopes to get her first article published in the local paper. Making her first step as a journalist is not easy for the village girl, whose entire family opposes her ambition. What she writes about, however, gives less reason for joy. Her father was one of the many Indian cotton farmers who have committed suicide. She hopes that by drawing attention to their plight, she can bring an end to this epidemic, but it won't be easy. Many farmers switched to genetically modified seeds produced by the American company Monsanto, and the drawbacks proved to be manifold. In contrast to the supposed benefits, the costs for fertilizer and pesticides turned out to be far higher than before. What's more, the seeds require more water, and the farmers are rain-dependent in an arid area, so they rarely grow a large crop. Bitter Seeds is the third part of a trilogy by director Micha Peled about globalization. The first two parts were Store Wars: When Wal-Mart Comes to Town (2001) and China Blue (2007). In addition to Amberwar, Peled follows a farmer who is battling to keep his few acres of land. As in his previous films, he once again gives a human face to the victims of opportunistic multinationals. His own opinion isn't difficult to guess, but by simply allowing his subjects to tell their stories and without laying the sentiment on too thick, he leaves the final judgment in the hands of the viewer.


  • Bitter Seeds
    Many farmers switched to genetically modified seeds produced by the American company Monsanto
  • MicMacs
    our inspired and gentle-natured dreamer is quickly taken in by a motley crew of junkyard dealers living in a veritable Ali Baba's cave.
  • Chimpanzee
    A True Life Adventure introducing an adorable baby chimp named Oscar
  • All for the Good of the World and Nosovice
    Korean Hyundai automobile plant in Czech village
  • The Man Who Stopped the Desert
    a conservation story with an upbeat and inspirational ending
  • Shellshocked
    wild oyster reefs keep our oceans healthy by filtering water and engineering ecosystems.
  • Patriocracy
    sits in the center, as it takes a look at the poles.
  • Big Miracle
    a family of majestic gray whales trapped by rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle.
  • The Lorax
    attempts to stand up for the environment in the face of an industrialist who cares little for the forests and nature.
  • A Cat in Paris
    Our tale's hero is Dino, a common house cat who lives a double life.
  • Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey
    Kevin Clash dreamed of working with his idol, master puppeteer Jim Henson
  • The Big Fix
    The Big Fix recounts the events surrounding the sinking of the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico
  • I Believe I can Fly
    Insane Fearlessness - combination of climbing, slackline and tightrope walking.
  • Human Planet
    marvels at mankind's incredible relationship with nature in the world today
  • Growing Change
    a journey to understand how the world will feed itself in the future in the face of major environmental challenges.
  • Cave of Forgotten Dreams
    exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves of Southern France
  • Eco-Pirate
    Sea Shepherd founder Paul Watson - Part Captain Nemo, part Grizzly Man.
  • Wings of Life
    Pollination Time-Lapse, Louie Schwartzberg
  • The Island President Trailer
    Maldives -No dirt is more than six feet above sea level.
  • Koyaanisqatsi Trailer
    Lose yourself in Philip Glass's powerful music for the 1982 Godfrey Reggio film Koyaanisqatsi: A Life Out Of Balance, performed live by the Philharmonic and the Philip Glass Ensemble, as the landmark film is projected on a huge screen above the Avery Fisher Hall stage.
  • Flying monsters 3D
    Flying monsters reborn in 3-D with David Attenborough.
  • A World Beyond Imagination
    Years in the making and narrated by David Attenborough this brand new series reveals a world as alien to most of us as the surface of the moon.
  • World Peace Game
  • Jane's Journey
    Gombe National Park on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, in Tanzania, her second home
  • Jane Goodall Live
    JANE GOODALL LIVE in 500 US movie theatres
  • The Way
    filmed entirely in Spain and France along the actual Camino de Santiago.
  • Solitaire
    A Backcountry Skiing Snowboarding and Telemark Film
  • The Pipe
    In a remote corner of the west of Ireland sits Broadhaven Bay.
  • The Dolphin Tale
    based on the true story of the friendship between an 11 year old boy and 'Winter' a dolphin whose tail was lost in a crab trap
  • Born to Be Wild 3D
    Born to Be Wild 3D Trailer
  • Tree Story
    A movie and a movement. A must watch!!!
  • Taking on Tarmageddon
    A documentary investigating the tar sands oil extraction project in Alberta.
  • Life in a Day
    Producer Ridley Scott and Oscar-winning director Kevin Macdonald took this raw material — all shot on July 24, 2010
  • One Day on Earth
    On October 10th, 2010 (10/10/10), thousands of inspired individuals, representing every nation of the world, filmed their perspective and contributed their voice to a collaborative global film project.
  • Soundtracker
    This is a remarkable journey: a quest for imperiled Nature by an artist who never stopped listening.
  • Farmageddon
    tells the story of small, family farms that were providing safe, healthy foods to their communities and were forced to stop, sometimes through violent action, by agents of misguided government bureaucracies, and seeks to figure out why.
  • Plastic Planet
    Interviews with the world's foremost experts in biology, pharmacology, and genetics shed light on the perils of plastic to our environment and expose the truth of how plastic affects our bodies and the health of future generations.
  • How I Became An Elephant
    Teenager Juliette West's journey ro rescue a giant inspires a movement.
  • BANANAS Documentary
    Twelve Nicaraguan banana workers tackling Dole Food in a ground-breaking legal battle for their use of a banned pesticide
  • Just Do It
    a behind the scenes portrait of UK climate activists...

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