|Over the last 43 years, Bullfrog Films has
become the leading US publisher of independently-
produced, environmental DVDs & videos, that point
the way to living healthily, happily, and with greater
concern for the other inhabitants of this planet, and
for our descendants. We also distribute world-famous
performing arts programs from Rhombus Media.
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||THE TRUE COST
Groundbreaking investigation of fast fashion reveals that while the price of clothing has been decreasing for decades the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically.
||STANDING ON SACRED GROUND
In this 4-part series, indigenous people from eight different cultures stand up for their traditional sacred lands in defense of cultural survival, human rights and the environment.
Three homeless teens in Chicago fight to stay in school, graduate, and build a future.
||JUST EAT IT
Filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of food waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge.
||TREES IN TROUBLE
The first film to document how a city responds to the imminent tree crisis caused by invasive insects such as the emerald ash borer.
Angela Sun reveals the effects of our rabid plastic consumption as she investigates The Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
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A grassroots movement challenges Citizens United, corporate power, and moguls of the "sharing economy" to stop gentrification and wrest back control of San Francisco's future.
Death By Design
Debunks the notion that electronics is a 'clean' industry by revealing the human and environmental cost of electronic gadgets that are designed to die.
My Love Affair with the Brain
Meet Marian Diamond, one of the founders of modern neuroscience, and an inspirational teacher to thousands at UC Berkeley and to millions on YouTube.
The Coming War on China
John Pilger reveals that the United States and China, both nuclear-armed, may well be on the road to war. The film is both a warning and an inspiring story of resistance.
Rule of Law
A newly-disabled outlaw and country lawyer in Tennessee lead a class action lawsuit that affects the rights of 55 million people.
How to Let Go of the World
Oscar-nominated director Josh Fox contemplates our climate-change future by exploring the human qualities that global warming can't destroy.
The story of activists who opposed the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, including their lives, the tactics they used, and the historical context.
On South Whidbey Island, WA, a school farm shows that a garden can be a valuable addition to the curriculum while encouraging a healthy diet.
Disturbing the Peace
A film about people born into conflict, sworn to be enemies, Palestinians and Israelis, who challenged their fate and joined together to say "enough."
The case of Dr. William Hurwitz educates audiences on the complexities involved in opioid painkiller prescriptions.
Contrasts sci-fi ideas about terraforming Mars with the state of NYC's waterways, and questions the viability of colonizing Mars before making our own planet sustainable.
After California's "Three Strikes" law was amended, thousands of lifers were suddenly freed, but re-entry presented problems for the lifers, their families and their communities.
After the Spill
The oil and gas industry has historically dominated Louisiana politics and is largely responsible for the state's rapidly disappearing coastline. Sequel to SoLa: Louisiana Water Stories
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Debra Granik ("Winter's Bone") returns to SW Missouri for her first documentary, looking at the life of Vietnam vet, Ron "Stray Dog" Hall, and shattering some stereotypes.
Exposes America's prison problem and explores various criminal justice reforms.
A 25-year battle in Canada's iconic Jumbo Valley pits developers of a large ski resort against conservationists, backcountry skiers and First Nations, who revere it as home of the grizzly bear spirit.
A provocative and breathtaking wakeup call - a cross continental cinematic journey that explores our cosmic origins and our future as a species.
Love & Solidarity
An exploration of nonviolence and organizing through the life and teachings of Rev. James Lawson.
Harper Lee's novel is used as a lens to examine race, gender and class then and now. Interwoven with a variety of interviews is the production of the adapted play performed by actors from two high schools - one black, one white.
East of Salinas
José is an excellent student with a bright future except that he is undocumented, the child of migrant farm laborers in California's Salinas Valley.
Examines whether human impact has tipped the planet into a new geological epoch, the Anthropocene, with all of its political, social and behavioral implications.
The first in a new series from the makers of SHIFT CHANGE, WEconomics: Italy reports on the extensive and innovative cooperative economy in the region around Bologna.
Chronicles 350.org's 'Do the Math' bus tour as it launched the fossil fuel divestment campaign onto the national and ultimately international stage.
After his only son is murdered in the Mexican drug war, a mystic poet launches an international crusade to save his country.
THE SECRET LIFE OF YOUR CLOTHES
The revealing story of what happens to the mountain of clothes--castoffs in today's world of fast fashion--that are donated to charity. Few make it to your local charity thrift store.
WHAT OUR FATHERS DID: A Nazi Legacy
Two elderly men possess starkly contrasting attitudes towards their high-ranking Nazi fathers. A study of brutality, self-deception, guilt and the nature of justice.
An investigation into how war games, worst-case scenarios, complex systems, and networked media produce the very crises they seek to model, predict and report.
LUNCH LOVE COMMUNITY
Passion, creative energy and persistence come together when Berkeley advocates and educators tackle food reform and food justice in the schools and in the neighborhoods.
THE ENEMY WITHIN
The story of Britain's longest strike, the 1984-85 miners' strike, when Margaret Thatcher declared war on the unions, as told by those who lived through it.
WEATHER GONE WILD
From floating neighborhoods to massive harbor floodgates, cities around the world are engineering ways to cope with extreme weather events.
THE ANTIBIOTIC HUNTERS
Scientists are hunting urgently for new antibiotics -- a challenge that is taking them to some remote and unusual places.
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