Young Moroccan filmmaker, Doha Moustaquim changing the face of the film industry for females

Film director Doha Moustaquim, at 23-years-old, is leading a new wave of female filmmakers from Morocco who are changing the gender dynamics of the film industry. The Casablanca-based director made her first film, Bye-bye la France, in 2020. The comedy film tells the story of Moulay Al Mahdi, a rich and narcissistic young man, who has lessons to learn as he finds himself on the … Continue reading Young Moroccan filmmaker, Doha Moustaquim changing the face of the film industry for females

The Critics Company: Teens in Nigeria making sci-fi movies on their phones “changing the narrative”

Teenagers in northern Nigeria are aiming to “change the narrative” by making sci-fi films with their smartphones. The Kaduna-based teens, known as The Critics Company, learned how to create science fictions special effects and film on YouTube. The Kaduna-based film-makers made their first film, ‘Redemption’, in 2016, after saving up for a month to buy the green fabric needed to create their own greenscreens.. The … Continue reading The Critics Company: Teens in Nigeria making sci-fi movies on their phones “changing the narrative”

UK Green Film Festival showcases five feature documentaries from around the world

UK Green Film Festival has returned to cinemas this month with a programme of five feature documentaries from around the world. The five feature documentaries include Wood, which goes deep undercover into the billion-dollar timber mafia is Wood; Now meets a new wave of climate rebels fighting for the future; Nuclear Forever investigates mankind’s dream of atomic energy; a quest for truth amid poisonous landscapes … Continue reading UK Green Film Festival showcases five feature documentaries from around the world

Tune of the Day for Saturday 25 September 2021: Leaps by James Francies — Feline Basslines

With persistency and consistency in all that you do, you make huge leaps in your life, as James Francies’ Leaps comes as a reminder of today. 70 more words Tune of the Day for Saturday 25 September 2021: Leaps by James Francies — Continue reading Tune of the Day for Saturday 25 September 2021: Leaps by James Francies — Feline Basslines

DIY Baking Soda Coasters

The uses for baking soda are far and wide, and you can even use it to create household items such as coasters from a baking soda dough mixture. Check out the video below on how to make coasters and dress them up with pressed flowers. Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living.  Rosa Medea is … Continue reading DIY Baking Soda Coasters

We the Power: New short from Patagonia Films looks at the community-owned future of energy

We the Power, a new film by Patagonia Films, explores the citizen-led community-renewable energy movement in Europe and the visionaries lighting the way. We the Power follows friends, families and visionaries as they break down legislative barriers and take power back from big energy companies to put in the hands of locals. The film, which will be released on 15 April, aims to show that the … Continue reading We the Power: New short from Patagonia Films looks at the community-owned future of energy

Tune of the Day for Saturday 27 March 2021: For The Greater Good by Organ Freeman —

Organ Freeman’s For The Greater Good is a reminder today about being mindful of your every action. Are the choices that you are making a reflection of your true self? If so, they will naturally serve a greater good for yourself, the planet and native beings. It is also a reminder that if the choices […] Tune of the Day for Saturday 26 March 2021: For … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Saturday 27 March 2021: For The Greater Good by Organ Freeman —

Kiss the Ground: Documentary explores how soil regeneration is a valuable and viable solution to the climate crisis

A new documentary – Kiss the Ground – aims to show how soil regeneration is an effective and viable solution to the planet’s climate crisis, and to inspire action to reverse climate change. The documentary, narrated by Woody Harrelson, reveals that by regenerating the world’s soils we can rapidly stabilise the Earth’s climate, restore local ecosystems and create abundant food supplies.  Kiss the Ground, which … Continue reading Kiss the Ground: Documentary explores how soil regeneration is a valuable and viable solution to the climate crisis

The Condor & The Eagle: Movie documents climate crisis through the eyes of Indigenous land defenders

The climate crisis is viewed through the eyes of Indigenous land defenders in the new documentary The Condor and the Eagle. The Condor and the Eagle profiles four Indigenous leaders on a journey from the Boreal forest to the heart of the Amazon while leading a resistance against environmental devastation and fossil fuel dependency and finding a way towards a sustainable future. From the tar … Continue reading The Condor & The Eagle: Movie documents climate crisis through the eyes of Indigenous land defenders