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Explores the sea change in national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the call for dam removal as awareness grows that our own future is bound to the health of our rivers.

Dance Me To The End Of Time
Melanie Chait
Documents the last four years of the filmmaker's life-partner, outspoken lesbian, artist and theater director, Nancy Diuguid's life, as she fought breast cancer.

Danger: Children at Work
Emily Marlow
Guatemalan agencies try to discourage child labor and fireworks production by poor families.

A Dangerous Idea
Stephanie Welch
Examines the history of the US eugenics movement and its recent resurrection, which uses false scientific claims and holds that an all-powerful "gene" determines who is worthy and who is not.

Darkness on the Edge of Town
Antonia Meszaros
Hungarian filmmaker Arpád Bogdan sets out to discover what's behind the new wave of anti-Roma sentiment in Hungary today.

Daughters of the Forest
Samantha Grant
A group of girls in a remote forest in Paraguay are transformed at an experimental high school where they learn to protect the threatened forest and build a future for themselves.

David Brower
John de Graaf
An interview with America's foremost environmentalist.

the dawn
Gabriele Zamparini
A look at what really happened in the presidential elections of 2000.

Day One
Lori Miller
Traumatized Middle Eastern and African teen refugees are guided through a program of healing by devoted educators at a unique St. Louis public school for refugees only.

Dead Mums Don't Cry
Tristan Quinn for BBC's "Panorama" Series
Grace Kodindo's heroic efforts in Chad to lower the rate of maternal mortality, one of the UN's Millennium Development Goals.

Deadly Mistakes?
Walter Miale
A 2-DVD set designed to help students critically analyze some of our foreign policy interventions since World War II.

Death By Design
Sue Williams
Debunks the notion that electronics is a 'clean' industry by revealing the human and environmental cost of electronic gadgets that are designed to die.

Death of a Nation
David Munro
John Pilger's horrifying exposé of the West's complicity in the twenty-year genocide in East Timor.

The Debt Police
Steve Bradshaw
Uganda seeks external debt relief and fights internal corruption.

The Decade of Destruction (Classroom Version - On One DVD)
Adrian Cowell
The story of the destruction of the Amazonian rainforest.

The Decade of Destruction - Classroom Version
Adrian Cowell
The story of the destruction of the Amazonian rainforest.

The Decade of Destruction
Adrian Cowell
A unique chronicle of the destruction of the Amazonian rainforest.

Deconstructing Supper
Marianne Kaplan
A leading chef investigates food safety in the age of GMOs and industrial agriculture.

Democracy à la Maude
Patricia Kearns
A Canadian woman leads the fight against unjust corporate globalization, and for social justice.

Derek Hallquist
A unique film about the filmmaker's father, a utility executive and smart grid pioneer in a nation in denial about climate change, who battles his own denial about his true identity.

Design with the Sun
Danamar Productions
Take a tour of passive solar homes and buildings.

Designing A Great Neighborhood
David Wann
A model co-housing project, where future residents participate in the design of their own neighborhood.

Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady
A vivid portrait of Detroit, America's first major post-industrial city, as it struggles to deal with the consequences of a broken economic system.

Developing Stories - Series 1
Peter Firstbrook
The view on the environment from developing countries

Developing Stories - Series 2
BBC & TVE/One World Group of Broadcasters
The view from developing countries on population and migration.

The Development Road
Adrian Cowell
A road is always the first step to rainforest destruction.

The Dhamma Brothers
Jenny Phillips, Anne Marie Stein and Andrew Kukura
An overcrowded maximum-security prison is dramatically changed by the influence of an ancient meditation program.

Diamond Road
Nisha Pahuja
Examines every facet of the diamond trade from the prospectors to the miners, cutters, jewelers, smugglers and dealers, and advocates for fair trade.

Dido and Aeneas
Barbara Willis Sweete
The critically-acclaimed Mark Morris dance production of the baroque operatic masterwork.

Diet for a Small Planet
Bullfrog Films
Frances Moore Lappé shows how to practice vegetarianism and address world hunger.

Digging In
Jane Churchill and Gwynne Basen
Jesse Ketchum School greens their schoolyard.

The Dilemma Of The White Ant
Caroline Pare
Dominic Ongwen is both a victim and alleged perpetrator of LRA war crimes. Should he face an international court?

The Dingles
Les Drew
A warm and loving film about a household facing and overcoming a crisis.

Dinner for Two
Janet Perlman
A funny, animated object lesson in conflict resolution.

DIRT! The Movie
Bill Benenson and Gene Rosow
The story of Earth's most valuable and underappreciated source of fertility, from its miraculous beginning to its crippling degradation.

Dirty Business
Peter Bull
Reveals the true social and environmental costs of coal power and looks at promising developments in renewable energy technology.

The Dirty War on the National Health Service
John Pilger
John Pilger reveals how privatization has gradually infected the UK's NHS, threatening the world's first universal public health service and the exemplary values of its constitution.

Discipline with Dignity
Mohan Mainali and Mohan Bista
The attempt to end corporal punishment in Nepalese schools.

Disturbing the Peace
Stephen Apkon, Andrew Young
A film about people born into conflict, sworn to be enemies, Palestinians and Israelis, who challenged their fate and joined together to say "enough."

DIVEST! The Climate Movement on Tour
Josh Fox, Steve Liptay
Chronicles's 'Do the Math' bus tour as it launched the fossil fuel divestment campaign onto the national and ultimately international stage.

Divide In Concord
Kris Kaczor
A fiery octogenarian activist spearheads a grassroots campaign to ban the sale of single-serve plastic bottled water in Concord, MA.

The Divided Brain
Manfred Becker
Explores Iain McGilchrist's pioneering exploration of the differences between the brain's right and left hemispheres and their effects on society, history, and culture.

Do You Remember Vietnam?
David I. Munro
Three years after the fall of Saigon, Pilger returns to Vietnam to examine the state of the country.

The Doctor's Story
Alex Gabbay
The US debate over abortion has severe consequences for health care in rural Nepal.

Doing the Right Thing
Hilary Sandison
Porto Alegre, Brazil has benefited from urban revitalization.

Daniel Schorr
Lively cut-out animation illustrates the tensions when a newcomer enters a pre-established group.

Don Giovanni
Barbara Willis Sweete
Mozart's opera presented from the point of view of Don Giovanni's servant, Leporello.

Don't Give Up Your Voice!
Mark Dworkin, Melissa Young
Looks at the inspirational resistance of Argentinians to the government of Mauricio Macri, whose election preceded Trump's but whose style and policies are eerily similar.

The Donor Circus
Ben Summers
Zambia tries to change the conditions for international aid.

Christopher McLeod
Water quality for major southwest cities is threatened by mining, acid rain, urbanization.

Dr. Feelgood
Eve Marson
The case of Dr. William Hurwitz educates audiences on the complexities involved in opioid painkiller prescriptions.

A Dream In Hanoi (Short Version)
Tom Weidlinger
Two theater companies, one American, one Vietnamese, collaborate to produce A Midsummer Night's Dream in Hanoi.

A Dream In Hanoi
Tom Weidlinger
Two theater companies, one American, one Vietnamese, collaborate to produce A Midsummer Night's Dream in Hanoi.

Dreaming of Tibet
Will Parrinello
Looks at the lives of three Tibetan exiles, and at the recent history of their country, which forced them to flee.

Drones In My Backyard
Alan Snitow
How comfortable should Americans be with the growing use of drones by all segments of society?

Drowned Out
Franny Armstrong
An Indian family chooses to stay at home and drown rather than make way for the Narmada Dam.

Drumbeat for Mother Earth
Joseph Di Gangi, PhD, and Amon Giebel
Toxic chemicals are the greatest threat to the survival of indigenous peoples.

Dry Days In Dobbagunta
Nupur Basu Productions with TVE
Literacy program spurs anti-liquor campaign in rural India and empowers women.

Raoul Peck
Impressionistic look reveals the reality of daily life in Haiti.

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