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(81 mins, United States)
In 1965 Jim Whittaker (the first American to reach the summit of Mount Everest) led Senator Robert Kennedy on the first ascent of a remote mountain in the Yukon named after the senator’s late brother, President John F. Kennedy. Fifty years later, the sons of the original climbing team embark on an expedition to the mountain to celebrate the special bond that connects them all.
(108 mins, United States)
Realizing the urgency of documenting the last remaining wilderness in Texas as the threat of new border wall construction looms, five friends set out to document the borderlands and explore the potential impacts of a wall on the natural environment. As the wilderness gives way to the more populated and heavily trafficked Lower Rio Grande Valley, they come face to face with the human side of the immigration debate.
(28 mins, United States)
Journey deep into the rainforest of southeast Alaska, where life is inseparable from the age-old rhythms of the Chilkat River. Every year, all five species of salmon return to the Chilkat, drawing the world’s largest gathering of bald eagles, insatiable grizzly bears, and fascinated tourists.
(6 mins, United States)
Discover the daily work, hope, and perspective of one professional female tree-planter in Oregon -- from an early start with coffee, through planting countless saplings in the Willamette River Valley with her team, Ash Creek Forest Management.
(102 mins, United States, Japan)
Ryuichi Sakamoto has had a prolific musical career spanning over four decades, first as a techno-pop star and later as an Oscar-winning composer. The evolution of his music has coincided with his life journeys. Following the Fukushima nuclear disaster of 2011, Sakamoto became an iconic figure in Japan’s social movement against nuclear power. In this intimate portrait of both the artist and the man, he returns to music following cancer to create a resounding new masterpiece
(90 mins, United States)
Follows nine high school students from around the globe as they navigate rivalries, setbacks and, of course, hormones, on their journey to compete at the International Science and Engineering Fair. As 1,700 of the smartest, quirkiest teens from 78 different countries face off, only one will be named Best in Fair.
(13 mins, United States)
When Ken Sleight first floated the Colorado River through southern Utah’s Glen Canyon in 1955, he recognized the canyon as a place where he could spend the rest of his life. Shortly thereafter, he left a comfortable desk job at the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company to start his own river guiding company. With plans for Glen Canyon Dam already in the works, however, he knew he was building his life around a condemned world.
(87 mins, Canada)
This thrilling, inspiring, and action-packed journey follows filmmaker Rob Stewart as he exposes the massive illegal shark fin industry and the political corruption behind it -- a conspiracy that is leading to the extinction of sharks.
(14 mins, United States)
In the near future, Earth’s atmosphere is rapidly shrinking due to carbon dioxide emissions, and the planet will soon be uninhabitable. Ten-year-old Henry spends his days caring for his grief-stricken mother, but when he meets Alana, his nature-loving neighbor, he gains a new appreciation for the planet.
(17 mins, United States)
From Executive Producer Sir Richard Branson, this is the first film to tell the story of Africa’s poaching war from both sides of the fence. Based on actual events, and filmed in the townships and game reserves most directly impacted by wildlife crime.
(15 mins, United States)
When a woman is bedridden by a mysterious pathogen, a snail unexpectedly takes up residence on her nightstand. The connection between snail and woman deepens as they share a journey of survival and resilience in this intimate and surprising live-action true story.
(8 mins, KO: Kosovo)
This short documentary captures the moments when we use the water fountain. It is a poetic and allegorical story about people, differences, connections, similarities. We all stop by the water fountain, even just for a moment, no matter where we come from or where we go.