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KDocs Film Festival

Selected Library Resources

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Streaming Videos

Generation Wealth - Lauren Greenfield's postcard from the edge of the American Empire captures a portrait of a materialistic, image-obsessed culture.

Naomi Klein : Rise of Disaster Capitalism In this compelling film, Naomi Klein boldly challenges and exposes the popular myth of the free-market economy's peaceful global victory.

Common Good Capitalism - In this video, Hazel Henderson interviews Terry Mollner, author of Common Good Capitalism: It's Next!.


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Streaming Videos

Tribal Wives : Challenging Western Views of Polygamy and Female Circumcision Challenging Western Views of Polygamy and Female Circumcision - In this documentary Dionne grapples with troubling subjects like polygamy, female circumcision, and the virtual powerlessness of women in Maasai society-all while struggling to refrain from imposing Western views and morals.

The Cutting Tradition - An award-winning and moving film narrated by actress Meryl Streep, which at times is hard to watch and even harder to listen to. It’s an up-close and personal look at the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM).

Act of Dishonour - In a land beset by endless strife, honour can come at a high price – even for the innocent.

Eat Sugar and Speak Sweetly : Forced Marriages in Europe - This shocking documentary reveals the scale of forced marriages in Europe.


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Streaming Videos

Greening of Energy - Although renewable energies are seen as clean and green, their development can often be cause of conflict as local residents are opposed to their impact on the visual landscape.

Ice on Fire - An eye-opening documentary that focuses on many never-before-seen solutions designed to slow down our escalating environmental crisis, Ice on Fire goes beyond the current climate change narrative and offers hope that we can actually stave off the worst effects of global warming

Something in the Air -  Pollution is killing tens of thousands of people every day around the world. Cities across Asia and Europe have had to shut down and stop traffic to manage "Airpocalypse" pollution events when the air is unsafe for the people who live there.

TEDTalks, How We Could Change the Planet's Climate Future - The climate crisis is too vast and complicated to solve with a silver bullet, says author David Wallace-Wells.