Wow, Earth Week was an amazing week for transformational media! There were over 1000 community/home screenings of Do The Math, 350.orgs hot new film showing the...
If you go to foreign films, if you go to documentaries, if you go to independent films, if you go to good films, you will become a better person because you will unde...
With spring around the corner, we are turning over to a new season of important film festivals to attend. Scattered across the nation, are a plethora of festivals to ...
Wow, Earth Week was an amazing week for transformational media! There were over 1000 community/home screenings of Do The Math, 350.orgs hot new film showing the dire need for climate change action!
Many TV channels did a great job of bringing environmental films to their viewers including the broadcast premier of Chasing Ice on National Geographic Channel, the US broadcast premiere of Carbon Nation on Current TV, and a whole line up on the Documentary Channel including some of our AwareGuide favorites such as Bag It!, Save The Farm, and Cafeteria Man.
Its Earth Month and there is a fantastic amount of activity happening around films. Common Ground Magazine featured an article on the Rise of Environmental Films and Festivals in its current issue. Check out the films mentioned, or see the theatrical launch of Bidder 70. Friday 4/19 starts off Earth Day celebrations with the Academy Award nominated Chasing Ice on National Geographic Channel for those who prefer to stay home and keep their carbon footprint to a minimum.
If you go to foreign films, if you go to documentaries, if you go to independent films, if you go to good films, you will become a better person because you will understand human nature better. Movies record human nature in a better way than any other art form, that's for sure.
With spring around the corner, we are turning over to a new season of important film festivals to attend. Scattered across the nation, are a plethora of festivals to be happening this March and April. Embrace the opportunity in viewing the works of filmmakers worldwide, and get involved in the power of the film community and culture. It is a crucial time to start directing our focus to up-coming premiers of influential documentaries geared to advance our present awareness. It is incredible to see the amount of energy that gets put into these festivals, and the impact they have in spreading positive change.
As we move into the Academy Awards, there is a lot of activity in the world of transformational media, with awards, film festivals, DVD and digital releases. The results of the Top Transformational Films of 2012 are posted. Congratulations to Genetic Roulette for winning the Viewer's Choice Award! The Editor's Choice Impact Award went to Cafeteria Man, the Inspiration Award to Bella Gaia, and the Youth Award to Project Happiness. For the full results see the press release.
The Winners of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival were announced January, 26th, in Park City, Utah at the Award Ceremony hosted by Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Robert Redford, founder of the film festival, opened the ceremony stating that the creative talent and voices represented "reflect the times we're in". During an interview, Redford also commented that, "the films featured at the festival, like all art, reflect and inspire change."
The AwareGuide, the guide to life changing media, announced the results of the Top Transformational Films of 2012. The top films were selected as Viewer's Choice and Editor's Choice from over 30 films that were included in the voting, which included 3 films that are on this year's Academy Award shortlist. Films were also chosen for the Impact Award and the Inspiration Award.
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