Have you ever wondered how many chemicals you come into contact with every day? Ed Brown asked himself this very question. After his healthy wife suffered two miscarriages, he set out on a quest to find the answer, documenting his journey in the film Unacceptable Levels. And the answer to the question? We are in […]
Filmmaker of the Month
Across the world, honeybees have unexpectedly vanished from their hives. The disappearance of these bees – who are responsible for pollinating about a third of our diet – has thrown the industry into a crisis, and led a team of filmmakers to explore what’s happening and what this means for the future of our food. […]
After hearing the story of Deborah Peagler, a victim of domestic violence incarcerated for an alleged murder, filmmaker Yoav Potash had to share the story. The result, Crime After Crime, takes a hard look at not only the flaws in our justice system but at the consequences of domestic violence and sex trafficking. Join us June 23 at […]
Though healthcare has been a contentious issue in politics over the past few years, little attention has been paid to one of the most questionable and potentially detrimental aspects of the industry: pharmaceutical lobbying. This month’s EcoSalon Film Screening tackles the issue with Holly Mosher’s Money Talk: Profits Before Patient Safety. Join Green Lifestyle Film […]
Filmmaker Holly Mosher has done her part to fight the sex-trafficking industry in Brazil by bringing it to light in her debut film, Hummingbird. While examining the causes and effects of sex-trafficking, Mosher’s film highlights two nonprofit organizations’ solutions and successes in helping stop the violence. The film will be viewed at the EcoSalon free […]
Filmmakers Valerie McCaffrey and Cindy Pruitt are turning an idea into a movement with their documentary Tumor, It’s In the System. Green Lifestyles spoke with them about the film in preparation for the upcoming screening Feb 24 as part of the EcoSalon series. Still curious?
Though it may seem petroleum, coal and nuclear power are the only means of energy and that renewable energy is just a fleeting fad, environmental filmmaker and his energy producing, solar-paneled roof disagree. But on a particular day when Chernushenko stored more than enough solar energy, he realized his single roof wasn’t enough. In […]
While traveling around the United States, Canada, Australia, Africa, Europe, and Thailand teaching about the healing powers of natural foods, Valya Boutenko has encountered many individuals who improved their health naturally.
Jennifer Mattox and Doug Clemons discuss their film, All Jacked Up, which showcases the journey of four teenagers in the midst of discovering the truth about their extremely unhealthy, toxic eating habits.