"Water truly has no flag and it has no borders. We must join forces."
Mia Donovan discusses her film "Dope is Death" about an acupuncture detox clinic set up in the 1970s which addressed drug addiction within a framework of race and class struggle.
Judith Helfand on her new film "Love and Stuff," mothers, grief, defiance and resilience, living well and why we all need to do a stuff review.
"Finding Sally," a documentary film directed by Tamara Mariam Dawit, takes viewers on a journey through Ethiopia's violent history.
"Sovereign Soil" looks at life and death, seasonal cycles, notions of time and how people are living in relative equilibrium with nature.
Documentary film 'St. Louis Superman' follows the journey of activist and former Missouri state senate representative Bruce Franks Jr.
Michael Dominic talks about the ethics of cinéma vérité filmmaking, different versions of truth, poverty and white western development, empathy, curiosity and why the little things matter.
Award-winning Canadian food blogger, filmmaker, and gardener, Aube Giroux, digs up the facts about GMOs.
The remote Pacific island nation of Kiribati is drowning. A new documentary captures the ravages of extreme storms and sea-level rise that threaten the tiny country.
My Father's Tools is a short documentary about an Indigenous craft that is dying out. Done in cinema vérité style, it begins with a man in the forest, searching for and then cutting down a tree.