Watch Sebastopol Doc Film Fest’s ‘Environmental Activism’ Films Online

Environmental Activism

Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival

$12 for 3 Films on1 Ticket

Online Streaming Program

July 31 – August 9, 2020

The Wild:  Mark Titus, Director [62 minutes] Conversation with Mark Titus available

By suddenly dismantling safeguards the EPA had enacted to protect the salmon, water and people of Bristol Bay – the current political regime in the United States has unilaterally revived a mining corporation’s relentless pursuit to build North America’s largest open-pit copper mine – directly in the headwaters of the most prodigious wild sockeye salmon run in the world.  

This urgent threat spurs filmmaker, Mark Titus back to the Alaskan wilderness – where the people of Bristol Bay and the world’s largest wild salmon runs face devastation if a massive copper mine is constructed. The Wild is a race against time. 

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Eye of the Pangolin: Bruce Young, Director [46 minutes + Filmmaker Conversation]

The search for an animal on the edge.

Due to an increasingly insatiable market in Asia, their pangolins have disappeared almost entirely. They are poached and killed for the supposed medicinal value of their scales and as a dining delicacy.  Due to an increasingly insatiable market in Asia, their pangolins have disappeared almost entirely. They are poached and killed for the supposed medicinal value of their scales and as a dining delicacy.

Two award-winning South African filmmakers are on a mission to capture the African pangolin on film in the hope that if people come to know it, they will care enough to help end this horrific trade.

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L’eau Est La Vie: From Standing Rock To The Swamp: Sam Vinal, Director [24 minutes]

On the banks of Louisiana, fierce Indigenous women are ready to fight—to stop the corporate blacksnake and preserve their way of life. They are risking everything to protect Mother Earth from the predatory fossil fuel companies that seek to poison it. Cherri Foytlin leads us on a no-nonsense journey of Indigenous resistance to the Bayou Bridge Pipeline (BBP) in the swamps of Louisiana. 

This struggle is not over a singular pipeline. Rather, the pipeline is one piece of an ongoing legacy of colonization and slow genocide.

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This collection of films from SDFF 2020 is part of our online series Docs Make House Calls.

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