1. 5 Gallons a Day

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    from Designmatters at Art Center Added 114K 65 1

    Directed by Olivier Agostini (Film), Summer 2008 Produced on the topic of water conservation. Awards * Second Place, 2009 Cannes Film Festival Young Director Award (Non-european film school category) * Consideration by the 2009 Academy of Television Arts & Sciences College Television Blue Ribbon Panel * 2009 Silver Telly Award, Commercial Category * 2009 Gold ADDY Award For more information: http://www.designmattersatartcenter.org/

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    • Casa Llanta | Debbie Formoso

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      from Focus Forward Films Added 2,075 32 5

      CASA LLANTA is a Semifinalist in the $200,000 GE FOCUS FORWARD Filmmaker Competition. View more Semifinalist films at https://vimeo.com/groups/focusforwardfilms/albums/6362. Casa Llanta is a “first generation” earthship built in El Carrizal, Nicaragua with the intention to educate and demonstrate. Using local labor with fair practices and materials common to the area, the self-sustained, off-the-grid home shows, that by building with the community and the environment in mind, everyone comes out ahead. Director: Debbie Formoso Director of Photography: Keith Pikus Interviewer/Translator: Kevin Stewart Subtitles: Armando Lopez In Order of Appearance: Alicia Lopez Garcia, Efrain Contreras Espinoza, Julio Cesar Solis Arguello, Candida Victor Mercado

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      • Patagonia Rising

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        from Brian Lilla Added 9,616 29 2

        Patagonia Rising investigates a plan to build five large hydroelectric dams on two of the world's purest free-flowing rivers in Chile. Tracing the hydrologic cycle of the Baker River from ice to ocean, Patagonia Rising brings voice to the South American cowboys, Gauchos, caught in the crossfire of future energy demands. To learn more about Patagonia Rising, go to http://patagoniarising.com/

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        • The Cycle of Insanity: The Real Story of Water - TRAILER 1

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          from Surfrider Foundation San Diego C Added 9,664 26 4

          The Cycle of Insanity: The Real Story of Water is a short, animated film made by a collaboration of creative and dedicated volunteers at The Surfrider Foundation. Several local Surfrider Foundation chapters combined their talents and funds to create the film -- and then actress Zuleikha Robinson of Lost, generously agreed to narrate it. The premise of the film is that the water cycle we all learned about in the 4th grade has been dramatically altered over time, leaving us with a broken system that wastes water and energy, pollutes our natural waterways, harms critical marine life, and poorly deals with flooding and other water management problems. The film serves to take a holistic look at water management, highlight controversial problems, and suggest solutions that integrate multiple economic and environmental benefits. The intended audience includes entire communities: from homeowners and the general public, to public agencies and elected government officials. CHECK OUT THE MUSIC VIDEO: http://www.vimeo.com/9929055

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          • Carla Houston on Water Conservation

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            from Model Environment Added 3,734 18 2

            Happy 40th Clean Water Act!!! To learn more about world water issues look to these experts and rooted non-profits: Waterkeeper.org, EPA.gov, Foodandwaterwatch.org, Water.org, Onedrop.org, Water.worldbank.org Production Company: The Artists Company Director: Jeffrey Karoff DP: Anghel Decca Producer: Stephanie Marshall Writers: Christy Beck and Jeffrey Karoff Editor: Brandon Beck Northern Lights Stylist: Oakley Stevenson Hair & Makeup: Hortencia Lopez The Salon by Maxime Bathing model: Antonia Dernoscheg On set model: Jasmina Hdagha 1st AC: Craig Devereux 2nd AC: Kristi Andrs Gaffer: Mike Withers Key Grip: Ben Blum and Nick Sogard Production Designer: Brandon Nicholas Sound: Joe Hettinger and Rudy Alvarado VTR: Micah Lashbrook and Jeff Bernard PA: Michael Marshall and Ben Hollick Post Production: Northern Lights Compositor/Colorist: Chris Hengeveld Sound Mixer: Tony Sprayberry

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            • PST 1-1

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              from Jeff Hyland Added 2,223 13 2

              Experience a Cross-Country Bicycle Ride that collects environmental perspective from the regions it visits. The ride leaves from Newport Beach, CA on New Years Day, journeys through the Southern Tier of the United States and completes in Key West, Florida on Earth Day 08. Gather regional southern California perspective about ocean conservation from the Aquarium of the Pacific and local environmentalist Stephanie Barger. The bicyclists arrive in Las Vegas and learn about water conservation from one of the driest places in the country. Southern Nevada receives 4 inches of rain per year. How does that affect their consumption of water for it 2 million residents? Hear the Southern Nevada water authority talk about some of the steps they take to conserve water in a desert. Episode 1 Ride from: Newport Beach, CA to Tucson, AZ Focus: Ocean Relationship / Water Conservation / Solar Panels / Energy conservation / Biosphere 2 / Bicycle Co-op Highlights Include: Ed Begley Jr Aquarium of the Pacific - CEO Dr. Jerry Schubel Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1995 - Dr. Sherwood Roland Earth Resource Foundation - Stephanie Barger Waste Management - Alberto Guardado Southern Nevada Water Authority - Doug Bennett Fire Ecologist NAU - Dr. Pete Fule Global Solar - Scott Wiedeman Tucson Electric Power - Joe Salkowski Biosphere 2 - John Adams Tuesday Night Bike Ride - University of Arizona Campus BICAS - Bicycle Inter Community Art and Salvage Positive Social Change Documentaries is currently seeking funding for the completion of this series.

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              • PST 1-2

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                from Jeff Hyland Added 2,018 10 2

                Episode 1-2 takes the riders into the State of Arizona where they learn about the future of fires from a fire ecologist from Northern Arizona University, Dr. Pete Fule. The ride zooms south into Phoenix to get a pulse from the people about a number of environmental topics. Fast Forward to Tucson, AZ. One of the sunniest places in the USA. That means its time for some new information about Solar from Global Solar, one of the worlds leading solar companies. Compare Solar vs Coal. Learn how Tucson Electric is working to obtain a larger use of alternative energy. Learn about Energy conservation with local teacher Mike Mayor and see how the youth is learning valuable energy conservation skills. Pop into Biosphere 2, the world's largest scientific greenhouse. (Minus Pauly Shore.) Learn some very important information about plants absorbing green house gases. Finish the first episode at one of the nations first bicycle co-op's. Where do used and recycled bicycles and their parts go? Learn the answers at B.I.C.A.S. Episode 1 Ride from: Newport Beach, CA to Tucson, AZ Focus: Ocean Relationship / Water Conservation / Solar Panels / Energy conservation / Biosphere 2 / Bicycle Co-op Highlights Include: Ed Begley Jr Aquarium of the Pacific - CEO Dr. Jerry Schubel Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1995 - Dr. Sherwood Roland Earth Resource Foundation - Stephanie Barger Waste Management - Alberto Guardado Southern Nevada Water Authority - Doug Bennett Fire Ecologist NAU - Dr. Pete Fule Global Solar - Scott Wiedeman Tucson Electric Power - Joe Salkowski Biosphere 2 - John Adams Tuesday Night Bike Ride - University of Arizona Campus BICAS - Bicycle Inter Community Art and Salvage Positive Social Change Documentaries is currently seeking funding for the completion of this series.

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                • One Day in Sadhana Forest

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                  from Think Pictures Added 3,393 10 0

                  Sadhana Forest is an ecological revival that focuses on reforestation, water conservation, and people. Its goal is to transform 70 acres of severely eroded, arid land on the outskirts of Auroville. In a spirit of human unity, their aim is to introduce a growing number of people to sustainable living and veganism. Our energy and resources are focused on the creation of a vibrant, indigenous Tropical Dry Evergreen Forest. This film focuses on one day in Sadhana Forest and what the volunteer experience is like. Photography: Mickey Goetz Editing: Mickey Goetz Music by: Mithun Chabra, Drew, and Amayama

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                  • PSA - "5 Gallons"

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                    from Olivier Agostini Added 688 9 0

                    Directed by: Olivier Agostini Client: www.bewaterwise.com Agency: Design Matters CD: Elisa Ruffino AD: Mariana Amatullo Post Production: Company3 Young Directors Award - Cannes Emmy's Blue Ribbon Gold Addy Silver Telly

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                    • RIVERBLUE EXTENDED TRAILER

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                      from RiverBlue Added 2,102 9 0

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