Mar 30, 2018
In the 10+ years since the explosion of documentary films related to issues of the environment, like an Inconvenient Truth, we’re considering the way some people are using film as a point of departure for deeper, personal reflections on climate change action.
Seems to be a “less film, more dialogue” sort of approach to filmmaking. Rather than focusing on expert opinions, these filmmakers provide a platform for a wider variety of people to share their experiences in adapting or effectively fighting issues related to climate change and other local environmental concerns.
We’ll start by sharing our conversation with Liz Miller of the Shoreline Project. This will be followed by our chat with Dayna Reggero of the Climate Listening Project.
Music featured in this episode:
In addition to a lot of clips from some of the documentaries we looked at in this episode, we also made use of these pieces of music:
The people interviewed in this episode are:
Some of the project partners mentioned in the show
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