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Life Out Of Balanace, Peru
This a short piece about climate change and it's effects on rural indigenous farmers in Southern Peru.
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The Things They Said
500 years predicting tribes' extinction – wrongly
Day Of Light
DAY OF LIGHT (Dia de Luz) chronicles an epic celebration of life in La Chureca, the trash dump community of Managua
Tourism Meltdown, Climate Change Causes Drift Ice Lost
Tourism meltdown, Climate change causes drift ice lost
Don Alverto Taxo, a Quichua elder and Iachak (community leader/healer), speaks of the ancient prophecy of the eagle and the condor meeting to bring a new harmony into the world.
Right To Play-Trailer
He has won four Olympic gold medals, graced the cover of Time magazine and been honored as Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated, yet if you say the name Johann Olav Koss in this country, you'll usually be met with a casual shrug. Instead of cashing in on his Olympic haul, Koss embarked on a remarkable journey that has established him as one of the world's greatest ambassadors of sports. As the founder, President and CEO of Right To Play, Koss and his army of volunteers, teachers, coaches and diplomats have used the power of athletics to elevate the lives of the world's neediest children. As it turns out, Frank Marshall, one of Hollywood's most acclaimed producers and a member of the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame, witnessed in person Koss's triumphs on the ice at the 1994 Lillehammer Olympic Games. Now, as part of ESPN Films' 30for30 series, Marshall will reveal the epiphany that led Koss to work towards ensuring that every child has the Right To Play.
The Land Owns Us
Interview with Bob Randall, an Yankunytjatjara Elder and a traditional owner of Uluru
Life Out Of Balance
A look into the impacts of deforestation in Niger
A Million Bones
One Million Bones is a collaborative art installation designed to recognize the millions of victims and survivors who have been killed or displaced by ongoing genocides and mass atrocities in Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Burma.
Our Mission is to create a visible movement that will increase global awareness of these atrocities while raising the critical funds needed to protect and aid displaced and vulnerable survivors.
For One Million Bones to realize its vision, we need people to create and donate bones for this event.
In 2003, the Boston-based child-welfare agency Wide Horizons For Children began work in Ethiopia to help these orphans and to strengthen their surrounding communities.
Holly Trailer, Red Light Campaign
20% of the proceeds from this film go towards the Red Light Children Campaign NGO. http://www.redlightchildren.org/
Come Clean For Congo
VIDEO ENTRY FOR ENOUGH:
Produced by: emote360 and World Relief NEXT
Written by: Matthew Smith
DP/Directed by: Benjamin Edwards
Post/Graphics by: Elizabeth Fischer
Audio/Music Composition by: Conor Miller
On Screen: Micah Bournes
All additional footage and pictures (DR Congo/Rwanda/Burundi) by: Elizabeth Fischer and Benjamin Edwards
Positive Footprints, Kenya
Expeditions travelers head into the heart of Kenya to give their time to build desks, refurbish classrooms and assist in installing a new water tank.