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The Growth of Eco-Friendly Programming Sep/Oct 2007
The Web 2.0 world opens up ingenious ways to hybridize the old and the new. In this issue, we check in about the opportunities and implications of this e-terrain.
- Daniel Gold and Judith Helfand's 'Everything's Cool'
- Ribbon of Sand premiered in March at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History
- Films Transit International, the respected documentary international sales company, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. The company has made a
- From Christopher Quinn's God Grew Tired of Us. Courtesy of Christopher Quinn I cannot imagine thinking that my life was a struggle because God grew
- Tenth Anniversary edition invites ten filmmakers to pick ten docs.
- Suindance Channel's THE GREEN; Discovery Communications' Planet Green; National Geographic's Preserve Our Planet
- Covers of Wholphin, the magazine/short film distributor hybrid A wholphin--by definition, "a hybrid cross between a 400-pound bottlenose dolphin and
- Q&A with Leila Conners Petersen and Nadia Conners about their film, the perils of global warming and more
- Ken Burns' war to win The War
- DocuWeek and the Academy Awards
- Two themes in one issue: Web 2.0 and Green 2.0
- by Thomas Rigler Earlier this year, at the annual TV business circus called NATPE, attendees were treated to an unconventional keynote speech. Its