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Video Project

Works: 543 works in 916 publications in 3 languages and 14,101 library holdings
Genres: Documentary films  Nonfiction films  Educational films  Environmental films  Science films  Nature films  Short films  Interviews  Internet videos  Nonfiction television programs 
Roles: Distributor, fds, Publisher
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works about Video Project
Most widely held works by Video Project
Fresh by Ana Sofia Joanes( Visual )

7 editions published between 2009 and 2011 in English and held by 532 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fresh celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system. Forging healthier, sustainable alternatives, they offer a practical vision for a future of our food and our planet. Among others, Fresh features urban farmer and activist Will Allen, sustainable farmer and entrepreneur Joel Salatin, and supermarket owner David Ball
Vanishing of the bees by George Langworthy( Visual )

6 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 310 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Colony Collapse Disorder has brought beekeepers to crisis in an industry responsible for producing apples, broccoli, cherries, almonds and a hundred other fruits and vegetables. This documentary follows two commercial beekeepers as they strive to keep their bees healthy and fulfull pollination contracts across the U.S. They plead their case on Capital Hill and travel across the Pacific Ocean in the quest to protect their honeybees
Pink Boy( Visual )

3 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 236 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pink Boy is part of a series of films in the collection entitled 'Pink Boy'
The Future of Energy by Frank H Shu( Visual )

2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 211 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Future of Energy is part of a series of films in the collection entitled 'The Future of Energy'
Schools that change communities( Visual )

3 editions published between 2012 and 2016 in English and held by 207 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Schools that Change Communities profiles a diverse group of public schools that are successfully creating higher achieving students in a different way -- by turning the communities where they live into their classrooms. The film re-imagines what education can be, visiting K-12 public schools in five states across America that are engaging students in learning by solving real-world problems in a variety of communities, from economically and environmentally challenged rural areas to poverty-stricken urban neighborhoods. High school students in Howard, SD, build an interdisciplinary curriculum around a plan to save the town's struggling economy. In a Boston neighborhood with a high level of crime and poverty, students learn to connect the dots between what their community seems to the outside world and what it might become. In a small Appalachian town, elementary school students help clean up an adjacent stream polluted by acid mine drainage from former coal mines. In Watsonville, CA, high school students studying Roosevelt's New Deal try to come up with a New Deal for their farming community. In Cottage Grove, OR, students help create a sustainable environment, while learning valuable science, engineering and math lessons."--Container
Nuclear savage : the island experiments of Secret Project 4.1( Visual )

3 editions published between 2012 and 2016 in English and held by 201 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"John is a savage, but a happy, amenable savage.".-1950's newsreel footage of Marshall Islanders. Featuring recently declassified U.S. government documents, survivor testimony, and unseen archival footage, Nuclear Savage uncovers one of the most troubling chapters in modern American history: how Marshall islanders, considered an uncivilized culture, were deliberately used as human guinea pigs to study the effects of nuclear fallout on human beings. Between 1946 and 1958 the United States tested 67 nuclear weapons above ground on or near Bikini and Enewetok atolls. One hydrogen bomb was 1000 times larger than the Hiroshima bomb. Entire islands were vaporized and populated islands were blanketed with fallout. As the film shows, the heavily exposed people of Rongelap were then enrolled as human subjects in the top-secret Project 4.1 and evacuated to a severely contaminated island to study the effects of eating radioactive food for nearly 30 years. Many of the Marshall Islanders developed cancers and had babies that were stillborn or with serious birth defects. Nuclear Savage follows the islanders today as they continue to fight for justice and acknowledgement of what was done to them. Despite recent disclosures, the U.S. government continues to deny that the islanders were deliberately used as human guinea pigs. The film raises disturbing questions about racism, the U.S. government's moral obligation to the people of the Marshall Islands, and why the government is continuing to cover up the intent of the tests and Project 4.1 after several decades
Climate refugees : "the human face of climate change"( Visual )

5 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 182 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[E]xplore[s] the global human impact of climate change and its serious destabilizing effect on international politics. The film turns the distant concept of global warming into a concrete human problem with enormous worldwide consequences ... The film features a variety of leading scientists, relief workers, security consultants, and major political figures, including John Kerry and Newt Gingrich. Whether human-caused or a product of nature, the changing climate is already creating humanitarian disasters and will inevitably lead to worldwide political instability."--Container
Environmental Ethics: Examining Your Connection to the Environment and Your Community by Video Project( Visual )

8 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 174 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Twenty past winner of the Goldman Environmental Prize discuss their various environmental protection projects, focusing especially on the themes of environmental ethics and environmental responsibility
The babushkas of Chernobyl( Visual )

3 editions published between 2015 and 2016 in English and Ukrainian and held by 172 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Take a journey into the regulated Chernobyl Exclusion Zone several decades after the world's worst nuclear disaster in April 1986
Call of life( Visual )

6 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 165 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The film investigates the growing threat posed by the rapid and massive loss of biodiversity on the planet. Examines the primary drivers of species loss: habitat destruction, global warming, pollution, and invasive species, all the result of human population and our consumption patterns. Features leading scientists, social scientists, environmentalists and others
Designing healthy communities( Visual )

3 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in English and held by 165 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"A public television multiple-media project providing a provocative and challenging view of the impact the built environment has on our public health -- how we live, where we live, and what we must change to improve the quality of life for individuals and communities."--Container
Plant this movie( Visual )

3 editions published between 2014 and 2016 in English and held by 162 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Featuring leading urban farming advocates, the film explores the inspiring success story of Cuba, and travels globally to communities of urban farmers in Shanghai, Calcutta, Addis Ababa, London, and Lima. In the US, the film visits innovative projects in New York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Berkeley, Philadelphia and Portland - including the largest rooftop garden in the world, blighted areas transformed into urban farms, student-run gardens and CSA, and other projects that show the explosion of creative local efforts. The film begins by tracing the evolution of the household yard in America from a necessary source for food to the ubiquitous lawn, now the # 1 irrigated urban crop. After the highly productive Victory Gardens of WWII, the country moved rapidly to a more centralized food system, and people became divorced from the source of their food. As Plant This Movie vividly illustrates, the ingredients for scaling up urban farming and reconnecting people to the food we eat are now all around us. The movement provides hope that people across the nation and the world will once again have access to healthier, locally grown food, using the land near where they live as a primary source. World Premiere, Portland Film Festival Awards and Screenings Official Selection, Wild and Scenic Film Festival FICMA Environmental Film Festival, Barcelona, Spain. African, Asian, and Latin American Film Festival Milan, Italy New Urbanism Film Festival Midwest Urban Farmers Summit
Nurses : if Florence could see us now( Visual )

4 editions published between 2013 and 2016 in English and held by 160 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Looks at the challenges and rewards of being a nurse. Nurses working in a variety of specialties share their experiences and reflect on the profession
A Place to Stand by McGraw-Hill Text-Films( Visual )

3 editions published between 1995 and 2016 in English and held by 146 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This film tells the story of acclaimed author Jimmy Santiago Baca's transformation from a functionally illiterate convict to an award-winning poet, novelist and screenwriter ... Based on the memoir of the same name, the film takes viewers into Baca's past and present to uncover how the power of the written word lifted him from the violence and pain that defined his early life. With powerful revelations from family, friends, and fellow inmates, as well as insight into the early writings that first captured Baca's imagination, the film shows how he turned his life around ... A Place to Stand follows Baca's path from childhood abandonment in Estancia, New Mexico, through adolescent drug dealing and a subsequent 5-year narcotics sentence at Arizona State Prison, one of the most violent prisons in the country ... Baca began his incarceration an angry and illiterate young man. Against the odds, he taught himself how to read and write, discovering a passion for poetry that gave him a means of understanding and expressing himself, and that ultimately saved his life. Writing poetry helped him to survive the brutal inhumanity of his incarceration, and eventually to heal the wounds of his childhood and open himself to a whole new future ... In the film, Baca reads some of his poetry while shots of the prison and the surrounding Arizona landscape pan across the screen. Baca's poems provide a unique window to his mindset at the time as he channeled his frustrations and hopes to paper ... Baca's extraordinary life is both inspiring and haunting, simultaneously an indictment of our current criminal justice system and a model of the potential for human transformation ... "A Place to Stand presents Jimmy's compelling story in the the best way: By letting this great poet tell his own tale - and no one can tell a tale like Jimmy Santiago Baca.". Taylor Hackford, Academy Award-winning Director/Producer.."A Place to Stand is an invitation to students to take what is often the worst in their lives and transform it through their courage, love, and work into a triumph as learners and wholly valuable human beings.". Professor Rex Veeder, Dept of English, St. Cloud University
The man who planted trees = L'homme qui plantait des arbres by Jean Giono( Visual )

5 editions published between 2000 and 2002 in English and French and held by 143 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tells the story of a French peasant who patiently plants and nurtures a forest of thousands of trees thereby turning his bleak surroundings into an oasis
A New Color( Visual )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 128 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This film joyfully profiles the life and work of celebrated artist Edythe Boone whose colorful murals portray some of the major events of our time and illustrate the transformative power of art ... Long before Black Lives Matter became a rallying cry, septuagenarian Boone embodied that truth as an accomplished artist and educator. From humble Harlem roots, the indefatigable Boone pursued her love of art and her dream of someday creating a new color -- "a color that no one had ever seen before.".. Boone moved her family to Berkeley in the 1970's from Harlem to avoid the growing crack epidemic. In the Bay Area, she was drawn to community mural projects that channeled her artistic talent into public advocacy for racial and social justice, including the landmark MaestraPeace mural on the San Francisco Women's Building ... Boone has made community murals her primary vehicle for helping people of all ages and ethnicities find their artistic voice and express their hopes and visions. A NEW COLOR highlights Boone's work with Oakland middle school students on a mural project and with seniors at a center in Richmond ... Woven throughout the film is the personal journey that fuels Boone's art, having lived through segregation and the Civil Rights movement, as well as the more recent tragedies of Ferguson, Trayvon Martin, and the chokehold death of her nephew Eric Garner, whose final words -- "I Can't Breathe"--Ignited national outrage over racist policing ... Filmed over five years, A NEW COLOR illuminates how the passionate, heart-felt work of one resilient woman can reverberate throughout a community and inspire both art and a more powerful chorus for justice
Room to breathe( Visual )

5 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 128 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Room To Breathe is a surprising story of transformation as struggling kids in a San Francisco public middle school are introduced to the practice of mindfulness meditation. Topping the district in disciplinary suspensions, and with overcrowded classrooms creating a nearly impossible learning environment, overwhelmed administrators are left with stark choices: repeating the cycle of trying to force tuned-out children to listen, or to experiment with timeless inner practices that may provide them with the social, emotional, and attentional skills that they need to succeed. The first question is whether it's already too late. Confronted by defiance, contempt for authority figures, poor discipline, and more interest in "social" than learning, can a young mindfulness teacher from Berkeley succeed in opening their minds and hearts?" [Site Web]
The Nuclear Requiem( Visual )

2 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 127 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Now more than 70 years after the first and only nuclear bombs were used in war, North Korea's nuclear tests and the potential for a new global arms race provide stark reminders of the enormous threat posed by the most lethal weapon ever invented ... Produced and directed by former ABC News executive producer Robert Frye, THE NUCLEAR REQUIEM presents an updated, in-depth reflection on the continuing danger nuclear weapons pose, an honest assessment of the current obstacles to disarmament, and a frank, yet hopeful, discussion of what it will take to overcome the roadblocks to a safer world ... Featured are more than three dozen top security experts and citizen activists in countries from around the world. An original piano composition by Alain Kremski provides a meditative background score to the informed commentary ... The film begins with a brief overview of the major milestones in the nuclear age to provide essential historical background ... It then highlights the status of nuclear weapons worldwide and the major areas of concern, not just North Korea, but also a new cold war with Russia, with both countries spending billions of dollars on new weapons. Inside a UN session on nuclear nonproliferation, we witness first hand the complex political and strategic concerns that make steps towards disarmament a major challenge ... The Nuclear Requiem reviews some of the recent more hopeful developments, including the Iranian nuclear agreement and greatly improved verification capabilities, as well as voices from a new generation of younger experts and activists who are working globally to change the dialogue around what is possible ... The film includes President Obama's historic 2016 visit to Hiroshima, the first by a U.S. President. In his speech he suggests we must "look directly into the eye of history and ask what we must do differently to curb such suffering again."Hiroshima should be a memory that "allows us to fight complacency"and "fuels our moral imagination."
Aghbalou( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 120 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Water is essential for food security and livelihood, especially for the millions of rural poor who rely on agriculture. AGHBALOU combines a local story of struggle with a global call to action against the growing challenge of sustaining water supplies in the face of an increasingly hostile climate ... Half of Morocco's population is employed in agriculture and therefore dependent upon groundwater for both food and employment. The Todgha Valley in Southern Morocco is one of the driest habitats on earth. Yet, residents have successfully sustained their livelihoods and agriculture for centuries through an ancient system of underground channels. But today these age-old communities face new threats and challenges from groundwater over-extraction, population growth, and climate change, among others ... The film also shows how new technologies can present unintended problems for the rural poor. When motorized water pumps were introduced to the region, they provided more water, but affected the balance of aquifers and eventually water wasn't as easy to reach as it once had been, plus the cost was too high for poorer farmers ... Featuring local farmers from the Todgha Valley and international experts, AGHBALOU presents potential strategies to adapt to growing water scarcity and insure a secure future for the rural poor
Into eternity : en film til fremtiden( Visual )

2 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 118 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Into Eternity is the first feature documentary to explore the mind-boggling scientific and philosophical questions long-term nuclear waste storage poses. Structured as a message to future generations, the film focuses on the Onkalo underground waste repository now being built in Finland, one of the first nuclear waste storage facilities. Once the repository is full in about 100 years, it will be closed and sealed 'forever'."--Container
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