Ecologically oriented movies. Reviews by LAN participants.
Title, Filmmaker/director, Where available.
- The 11th Hour Leonardo DiCaprio, director. Returning to Campus Theatre Lewisburg end of January 2008.
- Burning the Future: Coal in America, David Novack, director, to be released in early 2008. West Virginia coal mining mountain top removal documentary. Click on the link to view an extended, powerful preview. In February the Sierra Club is planning to bring in two speakers from the area.
- Blue Vinyl: A Toxic Comedy Judy Helfand, filmmaker
- Crapshoot: The Gamble with Our Wastes Jeff McKay, director
- The End of Suburbia Greg Greene, director Contact LAN
- Escape from Suburbia Greg Greene, director
- Global Warming: What You Need to Know Tom Brokaw Contact LAN
- An Inconvenient Truth (book & movie) Al Gore West Coast Video, Lewisburg
- Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC) - Press release reports
Top play button may not work. Scroll down to view right hand column listing Working Group III, II, and I reports. Click "full video" or "audio only" as you desire to hear entire press releases.
Panel created in 1988 under auspices of United Nations by World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) involving 120 nations and over 200 world scientists to assess scientific, technical and socio- economic information relevant for the understanding of climate change, its potential impacts and options for adaptation and mitigation.
- King Corn, Aaron Woolf, director. Contact LAN if you have a copy to lend or you could purchase DVD from filmmakers. Click here to read review.
- Our Big Home: An Earth Poem (book & video) m-Reading Rainbow Productions
- The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil (video) The Community Solution Contact LAN
- The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil (DVD) The Community Solution Contact LAN
- Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price Robert Greenwald, director Contact LAN, Full movie Online
- Who Killed the Electric Car? Chris Paine, director West Coast Video, Lewisburg
- Climate Change - Despair & Empowerment Treetop Sound & Video for Rainforest Information Centre ©2006, Full video Online
Ross Gelbspan, the Pulitzer Prize winning author of ÒBoiling PointÓ, speaks about climate change; the politics and solutions. John Seed addresses the psychological tools that will help us handle the feelings of despair that may arise from contemplating this material, and how we can transform these feelings into empowerment and creative action.