Green Film Fest 2017: San Francisco’s festival showcases environment stories from around the world

Green Film Fest 2017, showcasing environment stories from around the world, takes place in San Francisco from April 20-26. The week-long film festival, Green Film Fest 2017, features films which highlight environmental issues including the organic food movement in California, deforestation and the Amazon, foreign investors buying farmland in Africa, and the impact of oil development on the biodiversity of Ecuador’s Yasuni people and the forest. … Continue reading Green Film Fest 2017: San Francisco’s festival showcases environment stories from around the world

Waves for Water: Jon Rose’s “life purpose” to bring clean drinking water to those in need

Jon Rose has always had a powerful connection to water. But his initial venture with water, bringing him in contact with the oceans as a pro surfer was not his destined call, but he soon discovered that bringing clean drinking water to millions of people who need it most is his “life’s purpose”. Jon Rose set up Waves for Water in 2009 with the philosophy of “doing … Continue reading Waves for Water: Jon Rose’s “life purpose” to bring clean drinking water to those in need

Pixar movie, Coco, follows a boy’s magical journey after finding an enchanted guitar

Pixar’s new movie Coco – following the story of young boy, Miguel, captivated by the musicianship of dead guitar player Ernesto de la Cruz – brings with it a strong message to follow your heart and achieve your dreams. Pixar have just released the first trailer for their new animated film, which will be released in cinemas in November in the US and December in the … Continue reading Pixar movie, Coco, follows a boy’s magical journey after finding an enchanted guitar

Island Earth: Documentary examines how the world’s population can be fed without destroying the planet

Island Earth is a documentary film that tells the story of a young indigenous scientist’s journey in Hawaii, through the corn fields of GMO companies and loi patches of traditional elders, revealing modern truths and ancient values that can save the future of our food. Island Earth follows Malia Chun, Cliff Kapono, and Dustin Barca – three Hawaiians seeking to make Hawaii a beacon of hope … Continue reading Island Earth: Documentary examines how the world’s population can be fed without destroying the planet