Arctic Dance (60 min)
The personal struggle of Alaskan Mardy Murie to conserve America's last wild places. Narrated by Harrison Ford.
Breaks of the Mountain (28 min)
Could too much tourism threaten the quality of life in a small town?
Canyon Voices (22 min)
A portrait of Arizona's Canyon de Chelly, related by Navajos.
Crab Orchard Critters (3 min)
Dam/age (49 min)
Writer Arundhati Roy challenges the idea that only experts can speak out on such urgent matters as the privatization of India 's power supply and huge dam projects.
GLG (3 min)
Local Shepherdstown band, paradigm9, presents their observation of insect life.
High Desert Trout (28 min)
This meditation on the allure of trout fishing in dry country features John Nichols.
Island Out of Time: Chesapeake's Smith Island (26 min)
An island in danger of disappearing.
Leave No Trace (9 min)
Testimonials on the importance of taking a personal role in preserving the back country.
Lost! But Found, Safe and Sound (12 min)
The story of a girl who gets lost in the woods while hiking with her family, and her wise methods of ensuring she is found.
Mucked (52 min)
The emotional first person stories of West Virginians suffering six floods between 2001 and 2003.
Piano Improv #3 (11 min)
A piano driven look at nature.
Plow that Broke the Plains (30 min)
An eyewitness 1934 documentary filmed in the midst of the Dust Bowl.
Razing Appalachia (72 min)
A story of families waging a grassroots fight to stop mountaintop removal near Blair, WV .
Recovering a Species: The Red Wolf (23 min)
The history of a daring effort to bring a species back from the brink of extinction.
Rivers and Tides: Andy Goldsworthy Working with Time (90 min)
The inspiration and creative struggles of sculptor Andy Goldsworthy.
Women of the Coal (28 min)
This film explores the role of women in early century coal camps.
Yosemite: The Fate of Heaven (58 min)
A provocative examination of our relationship to the national parks. Narrated by Robert Redford.
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