Bidder 70, a non-fiction film, is the story of Tim DeChristopher and his act of peaceful civil disobedience in a time of global climate crisis. It is the story of one person risking ten years of his future to defend our future.
FROM THE GROUND UP
"The brave are those who see imminent danger and still walk into it". That's how Maureen Fanning, widow of NY Firefighter, Captain Jack Fanning, describes the selfless sacrifice the FDNY made on September 11, 2001.
American Outrage is the heroic story of ranchers, Carrie and Mary Dann, feisty Western Shoshone sisters who have been fighting the U.S. government for their land rights and human rights for 35 years.
FIRE ON THE
Fire on the Mountain celebrates World War II’s indomitable snowmen, the men of the 10th Mountain Division in war and peace. The film is an emotional portrait of the creation, grueling training, and daring war exploits of America’s only mountain and winter warfare division.
Intertwining facts, fiction, conjecture, conviction, history, humor and outrage, Troubled Waters looks at dams. Under President Teddy Roosevelt's use oriented "conservation", the Reclamation Act of 1902 was born and we began harnessing rivers that previously ran "uselessly" to the sea.
“The movie that defies gravity”, is a cult classic that was released by Universal Pictures in 1978. Skateboard was filmed dynamically in Southern California and Arizona, and shows skateboarding on every kind of surface, from empty swimming pools to storm-drain channels.