Roads to Ruin – Taking Its Toll on Sydney

An expose of the biggest current infrastructure project in Australia which has been clouded in secrecy and criticism since its inception. Through interviews and news clippings this film shows the devastating impact on Sydney citizens, the appalling way they have been treated and the legacy this project will have in the future.

Beyond the Philth

Exploring the trash issues in Philadelphia and discovering that the issue is greater than the trash itself.


The story of echo is about understanding and perception of wildlife and environmental abuse and its consequences on human race…

Beyond the Fence

Growing up in rural South Africa means being born in a country so rich in wildlife that foreigners can only dream of, and yet never being given the chance to fully experience the beauty of it for yourself. But Queen, Rifumo and Wisani have set out the change this. Armed with a camera, the trio aim to rise above their difficult pasts and “reframe” the narrative of wildlife conservation, which has long since had a reputation for being white dominated. Queen becomes one of the only black female field guides in South Africa while Rifumo and Wisani start a business together. The trio have one goal – to inspire the youth from their community to become the next generation of eco-warriors. Queen, Rifumo and Wisani are all graduates of the Wild Shots Outreach program – an organisation founded by British conservationist, Mike Kendrick. Mike believes that exposure to wildlife is the key to inspiring children from disadvantaged communities to become involved in conservation, and that this exposure needs to be paired with opportunity. The trio have each embraced this movement with overwhelming dedication, and are taking wildlife conservation to new heights. Beyond The Fence looks at the inspiring stories of each of our characters, from their challenging pasts to their inspiring outlooks on life and how photography has changed their lives. With an aim to shift perspectives, the audience is probed to revisit their own ideas of what it means to do conservation in this day and age. The real question is, how can people care for nature when they don’t even have access to it? And how can they not have access to it when they live right on the park’s doorstep? This is the story of what happens when you give someone a chance.

The Butterfly Effect

As deforestation and climate change disturb Belize’s critical rainy season, one organization works to educate children both locally and abroad about the importance of preserving the rainforest, using an unexpected icon: butterflies!

Plants Have Wings

This video short offers an alluring look at the pollination process, our reliance on the pollinators and the plants they visit, and in turn, their reliance on us. This episode features the story of an inspired bicyclist who is a champion for Monarch Butterflies. And a real take home lesson from this piece shows how we are a distinct part of the web of life that directly impacts the continued survival and success of pollinator species, plants and….us.

Stories from the Blue: Million Waves Project

“What if doing something was better than doing nothing?” That’s the question that sparked the Million Waves Project, which works with Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary to turn marine debris into 3D-printed prosthetic limbs. Watch our Stories from the Blue to hear how they’re making a difference for people and the ocean.

Constant Dripping Hollows Out The Stone

With plastic pollution quickly becoming one of the largest environmental challenges facing our planet, the way we manage this type of waste is more relevant than ever. As the Vietnamese people move towards a cleaner, greener future, we meet some who are doing their part to keep plastic away from the beaches — and out of the landfills.

Cedar Creek

Cedar Creek is a thought-provoking short film about one small but important creek in Jefferson County, Iowa and what happened to the water and the wildlife when the creek was altered. Written and directed by award-winning documentarian Dick DeAngelis and made possible by a Community Art Gathering grant from the BeWildReWild Fund.