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Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

Wed, Sep 25 6:00 PM (87 min)
Jennifer Baichwal, Ed Burtynsky, Nicholas de Pencier // A cinematic meditation on humanity’s massive reengineering of the planet and a new epoch.
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Ay Mariposa

Sat, Sep 28 6:00 PM (57 min)
Krista Schlyer // Advocates illustrate their fierce commitment to home, justice, wild beauty, and the future of the US-Mexico borderlands.
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Chiripajas

 
 (2 min)
Olga Poliektova, Jaume Quiles // The adventure of one small turtle trying to find his family when faced with the pressing problem of the polluted oceans.
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Detroit Hives

 
 (5 min)
Palmer Morse, Rachel Weinberg // Explore the importance of bringing diversity to beekeeping and rebuilding inner-city communities one hive at a time.
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A Few Acres at a Time

 
 (7 min)
Will Sardinsky // Follow self-proclaimed "gypsy goat lady" as she herds 500 goats around the Western U.S. as a form of ecological weed control.
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The Green Lie

Sat, Sep 28 8:00 PM (93 min)
Werner Boote // Greenwashing experts explore how we can fight back against the dangerous lies of big business.
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Insect Guardian: Butterfly Paradise

 
 (6 min)
Tim Visser, Sander van Iersel // 82 year old Willem fights against nitrogen and monocultures to preserve his 40 year old flower-rich butterfly paradise.
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Keeper of the Creek

 
 (5 min)
Dan Goldes // One CA resident has removed hundreds of pounds of garbage and invasive species from his local creek, proving that one person really can make a difference.
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Kifaru

Sun, Sep 29 8:30 PM (79 min)
David Hambridge // Experience the intimate joys and pitfalls of conservation through the eyes of Kenyan rhino caretakers.
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The Love Bugs

 
 (34 min)
Allison Otto, Maria Clinton // A light-hearted portrait of two aging but dedicated scientists.
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Nature's Nickelodeons

Exploratorium
Thu, Sep 26 8:30 PM (90 min)
Nature documentary as you've never seen or heard it before; an experimental reinvention of heroes, villains, sounds, and spaces.
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Nature's Nickelodeons

Exploratorium
Thu, Sep 26 7:00 PM (90 min)
Nature documentary as you've never seen or heard it before; an experimental reinvention of heroes, villains, sounds, and spaces.
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The New Way Forward: Wetlands

 
 (10 min)
Rusty Prevatt // Discover how conservationists are using California’s rice fields to create habitats for wild birds & help save the salmon.
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The Pollinators

Sat, Sep 28 8:30 PM (92 min)
Peter Nelson // A cinematic journey about the current international bee crisis, what it means for our food security, and how we can improve it.
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The River and the Wall

Fri, Sep 27 6:00 PM (97 min)
Ben Masters // Journey on an immersive adventure through the unknown wilds of the Texas borderlands on horses, mountain bikes, and canoes.
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Scales of Home: Nature's Nickelodeon's talk with Dr. Amy Cutler

518 Valencia
Fri, Sep 27 7:30 PM (60 min)
Free Event // A talk about radical nature documentary tactics related to voice, authority, charisma, science, gender, politics, and live cinema.
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Shorts Program: Contemplating Critters

Exploratorium
Thu, Sep 26 6:00 PM (210 min)
The beauty of small marvels, in this shorts program celebrating After Dark: Nature's Cabaret.
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Silent Forests

Sat, Sep 28 3:15 PM (90 min)
Mariah Wilson // Tenacious conservationists fight to stop forest elephant poaching in Africa’s Congo Basin region.
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