1. Odyssey to Cape Horn Island VOD


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    A film by Gene Anthony. Narrated by Peter Coyote, narrator for The Roosevelts: An Intimate History and other Ken Burns documentaries. In 1978, photographer and writer Gene Anthony achieved a personal quest. His sea story takes us on an inspirational odyssey to Cape Horn Island at the very tip of the Americas. We voyage by way of Gene's lifelong fascination with all things nautical, his highly successful career as a maritime photojournalist, and his triumphant journey to the very summit of Cape Horn Island. Along the way we learn quite a bit of history about Cape Horn, cross the Pacific aboard the Chilean Navy's four-masted barquentine, Esmeralda, sail aboard an Alden schooner with San Francisco Poet, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and meet legendary cruising pioneer and sailing author, Hal Roth fighting to rescue his yacht, Whisper. And with each of these adventures, we experience the resolution, tenacity, and faith that made Gene Anthony's odyssey to Cape Horn Island a reality.

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    • How can we turn back the clock?


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      • Peter Coyote Emmy Award-winning Narrator, Documentarian, Screenwriter, and Actor • Joi Ito CEO, Creative Commons and CEO, Neoteny • Gunter Pauli Founder and Director, Zero Emissions Research and Initiatives(ZERI) • Stephen H. Schneider Nobel Laureate, Climatologist, Stanford University • Cathy Zoi CEO , Alliance for Climate Protection MODERATOR: Mark Hertsgaard Environment Correspondent, The Nation

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      • Peter Coyote


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        Aaron Harber talks with Actor, Writer, Director and VoiceOver Artist Peter Coyote. They discuss Coyote's time as the Chairman of the California State Arts Commission and what responsibilities, if any, artists have to educate and participate in their communities.

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        • Seriously Now October 28, 2012


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          This week on Seriously Now, In Depth, Peter Coyote, Maria Muldaur, Carolyn Raffensperger, and an introduction by Amy Goodman. The story of Casa de Paz, in the Fruitvale area in Oakland. Casa de Paz is working to address the problems of gang violence and a feeling of systemic oppression by hosting regular mediations and organizing neighbors to encourage community service. Michelle Moore brings us this story. Carolyn Raffensperger, Executive Director of the Science and Environmental Network, talks with correspondent Molly Arthur about a new legal concept called Generation Guardianship. For the past 40 years, David Lee Hoffman has been building a home that is a model for sustainability, but, the county of Marin has been trying to force him to tear it down. He is facing a court date in November. S.Kramer Herzog brings Hoffman’s story to life. Peter Coyote and Maria Muldaur are passionate about passing Proposition 37, the label Genetically Modified Organism initiative on this November ballot. Maria Muldaur finishes our show with a masterful rendition of “Yes We Can” … build a better world. Seriously Now is an all-volunteer production.

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          • Quartzite's Fall: A Wilderness Tale


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            The destruction of a legendary class V+ white water rapid is investigated in this documentary short. Federal Agents arrest eight men for blowing up Quartzite Falls, the deadliest rapid in Arizona's Salt River Canyon. As the story behind the crime unravels, their defense - to make a dangerous place safer, sparks new debate about the survival of Wilderness in the United States. "This intriguing tale of rivers and adventure, of ethics and crime, helps us to discover what Wilderness means to the soul of America." Tim Palmer, Author of "Lifelines: A Case for River Conservation". Directed and Produced by Emmy Award winning filmmaker, Kristin Atwell. Narrated by Emmy Award winner Peter Coyote.

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            • The Invisible Peak 1920x1080 full HD


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              The is the 1920x1080 version for large monitors and high-speed internet connections. For the 1280x720 version that requires less bandwidth, you can watch it at: http://vimeo.com/84477950 Mt. Tamalpais, sentinel peak of the San Francisco Bay Area, is considered sacred by many... native and non-native alike. In 1950, the military bulldozed the highest peak of the mountain to build an Air Force Station tasked with directing jet interceptors and short range Nike nuclear missiles against the potential threat of Russian nuclear bombers. By 1980 the base was obsolete and summarily closed. The military literally walked away from dozens of structures, leaving behind a huge toxic mess on the mountain. Through the use of historical footage, 3D reconstruction, interviews and breathtaking timelapse cinematography, this 20-minute film, narrated and co-written by Peter Coyote, explores the history of Tam's West Peak and how local citizens have been fighting to restore their mountain to a natural state. www.invisiblepeak.com © 2014 Gary Yost

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              • California Trout


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                A short documentary looking back at the work of California Trout, the Golden State's leading non-profit salmon, trout and steeelhead conservation organization. Narrated by Peter Coyote, this 12-minute piece sheds light on the impressive work the organizations completed and the tough road they face in the future.

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                • Adopt A Sailor


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                  At the heart of this film, is a very simple story about a very complicated relationship between three very different people. People who meet by chance, and who, in less time than it takes to have dinner-- become a “kind of family.” From a structural standpoint, I of course considered “opening up” the movie further, ----“Why not see them go to the deli?” “Why not show Patricia at her gallery?” etc, but every time I tried to conceive the film that way, I seemed to be doing it for the “sake” of doing it----because convention seemed to dictate it. But in the end, I decided to come to terms with and respect what I think the “core” of this story is: Three people meet, have dinner, and change each others lives forever. Film Site: http://adoptasailormovie.com Amazon Page: http://www.amazon.com/Adopt-Sailor-Peter-Coyote/dp/B0034PHWFE

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                  • Green Bus vs The White House / excerpt 3


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                    Senator Paul Wellstone of Minnesota, was the lone voice of dissent when he stood up against George Bush's plan to start a war in Iraq in 2001. Eleven days before the 2002 election, he died in a plane crash along with his wife and daughter. "Green Bus" takes a look at the politics, heartbreak, and renewal surrounding these events.

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                    • Vincent Maillard, scénariste et Jean-Christophe Delpias, réalisateur


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                      VALPARAISO Réalisateur : Jean-Christophe Delpias Scénaristes: Vincent Maillard, avec la collaboration de Jean-Christophe Delpias Compositeurs : André Dziezuk, Marc Mergen Directeur de la photographie : Laurent Machuel (AFC) - Chef décorateur : Véronique Sacrez Ingénieur du son : Philippe Kohn - Montage : Thaddée Bertrand Production : Dominique Barneaud - AGAT Films et Cie - Diffusion Arte/TV5 Monde 97’ Distribution : Jean-François Stévenin, Peter Coyote, Héléna Noguerra, François Caron, Thierry Godard, Sandrine Blancke Résumé : 21h07 GMT, quelque part dans la Manche : un supertanker, le « Magnificent », 400 000 tonnes de pétrole, 350 mètres, heurte un haut fond du récif des Casquets. La brèche a déchiré la double coque, le navire va sombrer, provoquant une nouvelle marée noire. A Bruxelles, Emma Caglione, jeune députée écologiste, s’investit dans la commission d’enquête mise en place par le Parlement européen : Emma découvre bientôt que la cargaison de brut venait d’être secrètement rachetée par la « Oil&Co », un groupe multinational dont le numéro 3, Balthazar Parédès, est son père… Entretien réalisé le 8 septembre 2011 à La Coursive Prix du meilleur scénario - La Rochelle 2011

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