Documentary

Danish documentary film Expedition to the End of the World chronicles an epic journey by a group of artists, scientists and philosophers to one of the last un-chartered areas of the globe; the rapidly melting massifs of Northeast Greenland.  This extraordinary film takes a philosophical look at humanity’s effect on the ever-changing world around us.  Music by Metallica.

"A GORGEOUS, SURPRISING, meditative film. Opens up one of the world's last unknown places." - Alan Scherstuhl, VILLAGE VOICE 

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12/6/13 by Joe Gantz


Last Tuesday, December 3rd, there was an article in the NY Times, from a study by The National Research Council.  It was called, Panel says Global Warming Carries Risk of Deep Changes.   http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/04/science/earth/panel-says-global-warmin...
 
The National Research Council is a nonprofit group in Washington that frequently oversees studies on major scientific questions, and as such has a fairly conservative approach to the reports they put out.

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Late last month, LETS GO Chicago teamed up with independent filmmaker Brendan Brown to produce this short video about our work building up the green economy in Chicago. The video was made for our online fundraising campaign on the FunderHut website, but also tells our story in general for those who are curious.

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You may have already heard the buzz about Just Do It- a tale of modern-day outlaws, the new documentary on UK environmental activism. This latest film from acclaimed filmmaker Emily James, has been met with sold out screenings and rave reviews from press and audiences alike. It’s even inspired the impromptu occupation of a flagship Nike Town after a central London screening. Adbusters and Rolling Stone have already called it a wake up call to the North American activist.

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