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Evil Does Not Exist
(Country: Japan; Year: 2023; Director: Ryûsuke Hamaguchi; Writer: Ryûsuke Hamaguchi; Stars: Hitoshi Omika, Ayaka Shibutani, Ryûji Kosaka, Rei Nishikawa)
A rural village faces disruption from the construction of a glamping site for Tokyo tourists.
(Country: Germany; Year: 2023; Director: Isa Willinger; Stars: Joshua Baca, Michael Braungart, Ingemar Bühler)
A documentary about the shocking scale of the plastics crisis, with insights into the hidden structures and systematic failures of a business model which works against real change and is actually driving increased plastics production.
Pure Clean Water
(Country: UK; Year: 2023; Director: Tony Eva)
This documentary shows how the watercourse known as Hobson’s Conduit has for 250 years diverted a natural spring to provide Cambridge with its main source of drinking water - and how the city now faces an emergency as it begins to run dry.
Red River (Rio Rojo)
(Country: France, Colombia; Year: 2023; Director: Guillermo Quintero; Stars: Oscar Doña, María Sabino)
The story of a legendary river in the north of the Colombian Amazon, and those striving to protect the delicate ecosystem which it sustains.
Songs Of Earth (Fedrelandet)
(Country: Norway; Year: 2023; Director: Margreth Olin; Writer: Margreth Olin; Stars: Jørgen Mykle)
Being connected to nature, what does it mean? Father knows and father shows. The director's father is 84. We follow in his footsteps into the mountain home. Into nature's smallest life and out to grand panoramas, where he grew up.
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