Filmmaker Robert Kenner examines corruption in the American food industry and its long-term effects on consumer health and the environment.
Ice on Fire
An eye-opening documentary that focuses on many never-before-seen solutions designed to slow down our escalating environmental crisis, Ice on Fire goes beyond the current climate change narrative and offers hope that we can actually stave off the worst effects of global warming. Narrated by producer and Oscar®-winner Leonardo DiCaprio and directed by Leila Conners, who first collaborated with DiCaprio eleven years ago on The 11th Hour, the feature-length documentary focuses on cutting-edge research behind today’s climate science – and the innovations aimed at reducing carbon in the atmosphere, which could pave the way for a reduction in the global temperature rises and a benefit to the planet’s life systems. With sweeping cinematography of a world worth saving, Ice on Fire crossing the globe, from Norway to Alaska, Iceland to Colorado, Switzerland to Costa Rica to Connecticut to highlight the firsthand accounts of people at the forefront of the climate crisis, with insights from scientists, farmers, innovators and others, finding that while the risks and urgency may be higher than ever today, there are also greater opportunities for innovative solutions, offering a realistic but hopeful perspective on a key global issue that demands our attention.
This documentary investigates fracking and the controversy surrounding the practice.
The Great Invisible
A look at the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill explores its long-term impact on towns in the South.
Beyond the Brink
Witness firsthand how California’s evolving water crisis is a growing threat to our National Security in its capacity of providing healthy food to our Nation and world.