Tag Archives: Environment

Presenting: If a Tree Falls

As we kick off Projecting Change 2012, we’re so excited to announce our first film, Academy-award nominated If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front, which tells the remarkable story of one man’s involvement with the Earth Liberation Front, a group the FBI calls the US’s primary domestic terrorist threat. Part coming-of-age tale, part cops-and-robbers thriller, the film asks hard questions about environmentalism, activism, and the way we define terrorism.  Katherine Monk, Vancouver Sun film critic had […]

Change Projectors 2011

A full week has passed since the conclusion of Projecting Change Film Festival 2011, and we are still in awe of all the fabulous films we’ve had the privilege of showcasing this year. Throughout the festival and beyond, we’ve received incredible praise of each and every film by our festival patrons. It’s great to hear that everyone had such a positive viewing experience and that these films have inspired many of us to action and change! In particular, this year’s […]

Projecting Change With Clean Technology

I met Thomas Kineshanko at Whistler #4 Pecha Kucha where he was presenting along side Shawn Smith, a colleague and friend of mine from Education Generation. If you haven’t heard about Pecha Kucha it’s a must check out event *inspiration* meets rapid fire presentations! I was blown away by Tom’s 20×20 slides and of course wanted to know more than the 20 seconds per slide format would allow. Tom is a carbon finance and clean-tech IT entrepreneur. He works on […]

Ecojustice – Fighting for the Planet

As a planet earth enthusiast I was more than excited about the opportunity to sit down and talk environmental law with Ecojustice staff lawyer Karen Campbell. Karen has worked in environmental law and policy for the past 20 years. Before Ecojustice, she served as first staff council and B.C. policy director at Pembina Institute. Throughout Karen’s career as an avid planet fighter she has led projects related to northern B.C. pipelines, gas development and climate change policy. Karen moved to […]

We’re Back!

This year as we ramp up to the 2011 Projecting Change Film Festival we want to know how YOU are projecting change. We are hitting the streets with our social media team and film crew to find out what Vancouverites are up to. From biking the city to roof top gardening, to lobbying for new federal legislation, Vancouverites are making a big difference. We’re kicking off the video interviews with a few words from Projecting Change Film Festival co-founder Lindsay […]