TAG: Films

The Future is Multilingual

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It’s as if the planet is shrinking. We can access information from the other side of the world in an instant and physically travel there within a day. Paradoxically, as the world gets smaller, our vision must get bigger. As outlined by Nicole-Anne Boyer in World Changing: A User’s Guide to the 21st Century (2006), we must broaden our perspectives if we are to experience the wonder and vitality that the world has to offer. This is not least in terms of the shared cultural diversity that has become a feature of globalization. Working (and playing) with people from an… read more

The 48 Go Green International Film Comp

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Each year, the Goldman Environmental Prize is awarded to a small group of eco-conscious filmmakers whose films affect change in the ecological industry. However, that prize is not the only way you can receive recognition for your contribution to the field of ecological science. The 48 Go Green International Eco Film Competition is a smaller-scale version of the Goldman Prize, but is given to more recipients, and offers a wider chance of having your project viewed by the masses. The idea is simple; together with a team, or performing solo by yourself, create an eco-conscious film in 48 hours that… read more

Top 5 Must-See Films With An Environmental Message

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Every now and again, we need to be reminded that the earth is still worth saving. Sometimes we need that message to come via a medium we all know and appreciate: the movie theater. Once in a blue moon, a film will come through that we’d hardly consider an “environmental film”, because in all honesty, unless it’s “An Inconvenient Truth”, we probably wouldn’t pay to see it. This is why some filmmakers insert a slightly undertoned message about saving the planet. This list represents those silent voices, and are definitely worth viewing for both the entertainment value, and the message… read more