FILMS @ SEED

​Paris to Pittsburgh​, a new film from National Geographic, produced by RadicalMedia in partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies — narrated by Emmy® and Golden Globe® Award-winning actress and activist Rachel Brosnahan (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”).
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From coastal cities to America’s heartland, Americans are demanding and developing real solutions in the face of climate change. And as the weather grows more deadly and destructive, they aren’t waiting on Washington to act. Learn about their incredible stories in Paris to Pittsburgh, and be inspired to create change in your own community!

The Sequel recognizes the fundamental unsustainability of today’s society and dares to ask the big question: What will follow?
Meeting those around the world who are developing the skills, will and resources necessary to recapture the initiative and re-imagine civilization, often in the ruins of collapsed mainstream economies.

The Sequel by Bullfrog Communities looks at the influential work of David Fleming, who dared to re-imagine a thriving civilization after the collapse of our current mainstream economies and inspired the Transition Towns movement.

REBELS FOR LIFE: EXTINCTION REBELLION
Rebels for life. During November, the Extinction Rebellion movement orchestrated a series of global nonviolent actions to raise urgent awareness of the threat of species extinction and climate breakdown. Soapbox followed the action in London.
OJOBA WOMEN”S COOPERATIVE:
EMPOWERED WOMEN
IN GHANA
The Ojoba Women’s Shea Butter Cooperative is made up of 517 rural village women. They must cope with poor, rocky soil, unreliable rains, and little public infrastructure. However, The Ojoba Women’s Cooperative is a place for women to feel empowered.
LITTLE PYONGYANG
Joong-wha Choi, a former soldier in the DPRK, lives today with his wife and kids in a sleepy London suburb. Despite enjoying the new found comforts of his British life, and being emancipated from the pressures of the North Korean state, his dilemma lies in a desire to return to the land that betrayed him but is undoubtedly his true home.  The film tracks his reflections on both why he left North Korea and the state of his day to day life over the course of several months, in what is ultimately a portrait of loss, longing, and the complexities of healing from trauma.
WOMEN’S COOPERATIVE:
ARGANE IDA OUMATTAT
Women’s cooperative: Argane Ida Oumattat speak about the positive effects of the cooperative on the community. The ladies discuss their economic independence and the sense of friendship and love which Argane Ida Oumattat brings.
THE TIMBAKTU COLLECTIVE
Welcome to the drought-prone area of Andhra Pradesh, Southern India. Lush Spring Prize 2017 winner, The Timbaktu Collective, is regenerating the land, bringing back wildlife, and restructuring the social systems for the people living and working in the area. With 25 years of experience, this successful regeneration project has a lot to teach the world.