Join us at the Carnegie Institution, as we launch the 24th Annual Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital and celebrate its theme: Parks: Protecting Wild and the DC premiere of Sherpa (A […]

Jago: A Life Underwater

Grand Teton Award Winner, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival An 80-year-old elder of the maritime Bajau people tells the tale of his life spear-fishing in the depths of the sea from the porch of […]

Haida Gwaii: On the Edge of the World

Eighty miles off the Northwest coast of British Columbia, the mountainous archipelago Haida Gwaii rises above the Pacific Ocean. These islands have been home to the Haida people since 13,000 BC, though smallpox decimated their population and […]

Fractured Land

With some of the world’s largest fracking operations on his territory, Caleb Behn, a young indigenous leader and lawyer in British Columbia, struggles to reconcile the teachings of his Dene tribe […]

Mom n’ Me

The filmmaker traces the loss of her ancestral language over three generations of her family, and her own desire to recover it.   Directed by Helen Haig-Brown.