Directing: Lee Koromvokis
Catalogue no.: 060/07
Paul Solman reports on the Chicago Climate Change and the
financial incentives for businesses to reduce greenhouse emissions.
ENGURE - THE LAKE GIVEN BY THE SEA
Directing: Kaspars Goba
Catalogue no.: 048/07
The lake Engure is a unique European wetland and one of
the most important nature protection sites in Latvia. It has been
nationally protected since 1957 and is also the Ramsar site since 1995
when Latvia joined the Ramsar Convention, the Important Bird Area and
the proposed Natura 2000 site.
EXPLORE PA – SPIRIT OF INDEPENDENCE:
Directing: Heather Woolridge
Catalogue no.: 061/07
Corn mazes, trains and shoofly pie. Explore PA visits
Lancaster! Explore the history of the Underground Railroad and religious
freedom in PA Dutch Country. Get down and dirty on a farm, take
a historic walking tour of Colombia, fly in a helicopter &
Directing: Nisvet Hrustič
Catalogue no.: 017/07
Garbage and toxic waste is all around us.
manage to displace large depot of expired medicines,
combined with great
pressure from Environmental Society and citizen protest.
What is the situation
with waste dumps, rivers, meadovs and forests in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
What do scientists and
common people say?
What is the future of
our planet Earth?
Directing: Milorad Duknič
Catalogue no.: 112/07
Salamanders are one of the oldest of existing terrestrial
vertebrates. Because of their secretive nature and nocturnal lifestyle,
salamanders are one of the least studied groups of animals. They live in
dark, wet places, often in deep woods, which is one reason why
salamanders are the subjects of numerous myths and legends. Traditional
folklore held that salamanders could survive in fire. Salamanders are
extremely sensitive to changes in their ecosystems, and the health of
local salamander populations often mirrors the health of the habitat as a
FLYING OVER EVEREST
Directing: Fabio Toncelli
Catalogue no.: 010/07
For the first time ever a man has flown over Everest on a
hang-glider. The story, the myth and the legend of this ancient
Himalayan land will form the backdrop to a story that grows in tension
as Angelo D’Arrigo, approaches the moment of truth. He can expect to
find winds of over 200 kilometers an hour, unpredictable climactic
changes, and suddenly find that cannot turn back.
Angelo will take two
splendid raptors with him, Steppe Eagles, now extinct in this region, as
part of an attempt to reintroduce them to this area. A film on the
preparation, the tension and extreme risk of this exploit with exclusive
footage of Everest shot from above!
FOLE, AN OBJECT FROM DAILY RURAL LIFE
Directing: Carlos Eduardo Viana
Catalogue no.: 079/07
The “fole” is an object, the production process which is
documented here, that despite being almost unknown today, was a common
item in the daily rural life of São Lourenço da Montaria (Portugal).
Its purpose was to
serve as a recipient for transporting cereal, from home to the mill, in
the form of grain which then returned as flour, ready for consumption.
FORESTS NEED WOOD
Directing: Marek W. Kozlowski
Catalogue no.: 032/07
An educational film explaining the importance of any kind of
forest wood in a light way. It stresses the importance of symbiotic
relationships between the wood and the animals and plants. There could
be no forest without all forms of wood!