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Past Films

Standing Rock

Standing Rock

Standing Rock Arielle Axelrod, Lars Midthun & Micah Sindelar (St. Olaf College) U.S.A. 2016. TRT: 3:46 min. Originally called Inyan Bosndata or “Standing Rock” by the Sioux, the Cannon River travels through the heart of Northfield. The river supports much of the natural life in the surrounding area providing habitat, food, and water for both …

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Solar at St. Olaf

Solar at St. Olaf

Solar at St. Olaf Olivia Beech (St. Olaf College) U.S.A. 2016. TRT: 10 min. A leap in sustainability has been made at St. Olaf College due to a solar garden development, providing the school with nearly 100% renewable energy. Students and Director of Facilities Peter Sandberg lend their knowledge and opinions of the project to …

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This Changes Everything

This Changes Everything

This Changes Everything Avi Lewis Canada/U.S.A. 2015. TRT: 89 min. Filmed over 211 shoot days in nine countries and five continents over four years, This Changes Everything is an epic attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change. Inspired by Naomi Klein’s international non-fiction bestseller This Changes Everything, the film presents seven powerful portraits of communities …

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Who Are You Now?

Who Are You Now?

Who Are You Now? Charlie Kilman (Carleton College) U.S.A. 2016. TRT: 4:23 min. Who Are You Now? is an essay film that explores and comes to grips with the implications of attending a small liberal arts college in rural Minnesota that was founded just four years after the U.S. Dakota war.

Something… Something… Save the Planet

Something… Something… Save the Planet

Something… Something… Save the Planet Jack Bachmann, Griffin Baumeister & Peder Tune (St. Olaf College) U.S.A. 2016. TRT: 3:38 min. We talk about “saving the planet,” but what does this phrase actually mean? Land defenders and students of radical environmental politics weigh in on the language of environmentalism and how that language oftentimes misses the …

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