A terrifying look at the corruption that's destroying our nation and our planet. This should shake every American citizen. Citizens of an American city fight back against corruption and greed and try to save their own lives.
Robbin Ellison Dailey
HBO Original Documentary that shows how humans are becoming more and more dependent on robots nowadays. This film also features several points of view from engineers, journalists, and ... See full summary »
Profiles a group of veterans and active-duty service members as they come together to combat past and current traumas through the written word, sharing their experiences in a United Service Organizations (USO) writing workshop.
Vainuupo 'A.V.' Avegalio,
We all love food. As a society, we devour countless cooking shows, culinary magazines and foodie blogs. So how could we possibly be throwing nearly 50% of it in the trash? Filmmakers and ... See full summary »
Filmmaker Jamie Redford embarks on a colorful personal journey into the dawn of the clean energy era as it creates jobs, turns profits, and makes communities stronger and healthier across the US. Unlikely entrepreneurs in communities from Georgetown, TX to Buffalo, NY reveal pioneering clean energy solutions while Jamie's discovery of how clean energy works, and what it means at a personal level, becomes the audiences' discovery too. Reaching well beyond a great story of technology and innovation, "Happening" explores issues of human resilience, social justice, embracing the future, and finding hope for our survival.
The writer/Director/coproducer James Redford is apthe som of Robert Redford and Lola Van Wagenen. See more »
Decent enough but not much new info if you're already into clean energy research.
You probably won't learn much if you are already following clean energy trends. Although I didn't know about micro-hydro plants which is pretty cool. Also, Redford's constant cluelessness get's old after a while. His heart is in the right place but he's like 50+ and should act like he knows something if he want's to send a message.
I'd recommend it for teachers with students between 12-15 but not really to anybody that seriously follows this industry.
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