This collection of 5 films is devoted to issues relating to corporations fighting in some way against the environment and the results that follow.
The licensing fee for the films, if purchased individually as DVD’s w/PPR, normally cost $1100. When purchased together as a five film collection, you can save $200 (over 18% off!).
The collection consists of the following 5 films. Click the link to read more and watch a trailer.
Leading up to the country’s greatest economic crisis, the government started the largest mega project in the history of Iceland… to build the biggest dam in Europe to provide mega-corp Alcoa access to cheap electricity for an aluminum smelter in the rugged east fjords of Iceland. Today Iceland is left holding a huge dept and an uncertain future.
Large chemical companies (Monsanto and Syngenta as examples) own patents on their GMO technology and focus much of their efforts on suing smaller farmers for patent infringement. Traditional, organic farmers, have consistently been under attack by these large corporate farming interests, who seek to dominate the food industry and run family farms out of business.
Broadcast on PBS / Nominated for an National Emmy. Sometimes the American Dream goes totally wrong… In 2005, seven Grace executives were criminally indicted for knowingly endangering the residents of Libby. Montana
GREEDY LYING BASTARDS investigates the reason behind stalled efforts to tackle climate change despite consensus in the scientific community that it is not only a reality but also a growing problem that is placing us on the brink of disaster. The film details the people and organizations casting doubt on climate science and claims that greenhouse gases are not affected by human behavior.
In the ecologically pristine area known as the Lungs of Poland, inhabitants discover that Chevron, the fourth largest energy company in the world, plans to build a shale gas well in their village.
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