2013 Winner of the Environmental Film Festival’s fourth annual Polly Krakora Award for Artistry in Film.

Introduced by Rosalind Campion, Counsellor for Global Issues, British Embassy.

For three decades, The Prince of Wales has worked side-by-side with a dynamic array of environmental activists, business leaders, artists, architects and government leaders to address the global environmental crisis and find ways toward a more sustainable, spiritual and harmonious relationship with the planet. From organic farms, including The Prince’s own Duchy Home Farm near Highrove House in the Duchy of Cornwall, to the rainforests of British Columbia, to rare footage of Prince Charles interviewing Al Gore about climate change in 1988, the film provides a new and inspiring perspective on how the world can meet the challenges of climate change globally, locally and personally. The film looks at the root causes of the global problems we face and offers 21st century solutions, capturing a new awareness that is arising in people around the world across boundaries of geography, race religion and socio-economic status. A global call to action, it proposes a way forward to transform our relationship with the planet and restore balance in our lives. Inspired and hosted by HRH The Prince of Wales. Directed by Stuart Sender. Produced by Julie Bergman Sender and Stuart Sender, Balcony Films.



2012 US 90 min
Festival Year: 2013
Types: Documentary
Topic: Global Perspectives, Sustainable Living