Films that Matter

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  • Trapped


    This film explores the Montana wilderness, the animals that are being trapped there, and what people are doing about it. To learn more about the film, visit

  • For the Love of Conch

    For the Love of Conch

    This documentary reveals the underwater world of Queen Conch, the jewel of The Bahamas archipelago, chronicling the life cycle of this colorful mollusk from egg, to metamorphosis into its shell-covered life.

  • A Concerned Citizen

    A Concerned Citizen

    A feature documentary about Dr. Riki Ott, a whistleblower who predicted the Exxon Valdez oil spill hours before it happened. A toxicologist, author, and activist, Riki has been organizing the Gulf coast communities to recover from the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster. She is also helping to spearhead the campaign with Ultimate Civics, one that will introduce…

  • Paying The Price For Peace

    Paying The Price For Peace

    Vietnam veteran S. Brian Willson paid the price for peace by nearly being killed by a military train during a non-violent protest. Since then, he has not stopped calling attention to the US government’s defiance of international law through waging endless illegal wars.

  • Walking In Two Worlds

    Walking In Two Worlds

    Produced as an independent production Walking in Two Worlds explores the human history of the Tongass in Southeast Alaska. America’s largest temperate rainforest covers 17 million acres and is also one of the world’s ecological wonders. The Tlingit and Haida tribes have also been a part of this forest since time immemorial and whose cultures are vibrant today.

  • Islands of Life

    Islands of Life

    This film highlights the wildlife success stories in the Bahamas that include species unique to the islands such as land crabs, parrots, iguanas, coral reefs with their grouper, sea turtles, sharks, conch, and lobster. It also features the amazing comeback of the West Indian flamingo, and how its endangered flamingo colonies and nesting sites have…

  • Power Paths

    Power Paths

    Power Paths depicts the struggle Indian tribes and their allies face in producing solar and wind energy on their lands for their own use and to provide clean sustainable energy for cities across the West.

  • Oil on Ice

    Oil on Ice

    Oil on Ice is a vivid, compelling, and comprehensive documentary connecting the fate of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to decisions America makes about energy policy, transportation choices, and other seemingly unrelated matters. Caught in the balance are the culture and livelihood of the Gwich’in people and the migratory wildlife in this fragile ecosystem.

  • The Science of Whales

    The Science of Whales

    This program shows that whales, like many other creatures sharing this planet with us, have a much more complex social life than we knew. Available for purchase on Amazon Available for purchase at Bullfrog Films Unforgettable footage and extraordinary animation explain the latest information we have about whale behavior. Since the U.S. Navy declassified top-secret…

  • Alaska’s Arctic Widlife

    Alaska’s Arctic Widlife

    Journey to the last great wilderness of North America where polar bears roam and caribou herds congregate by the thousands. Here is where belugas, walruses, and bowhead whales migrate through the ice-laden arctic seas during summer. See hundreds of species of birds arrive to breed on the tundra and witness how the mighty muskox clash…

  • Alaska’s Whales & Wildlife

    Alaska’s Whales & Wildlife

    Discover a world of glaciers, rainforests, mountains, and fjords. See black and grizzly bears, soaring eagles, salmon by the thousands, and those lovable sea otters. You’ll be so close you’ll hear the bears growl, see the nesting eagles feed their young, and watch as whales breach right in front of the camera lens. Travel on…

  • Friendly Gray Whales

    Friendly Gray Whales

    The migration, reproduction, & social behavior of these freindly cetaceans is explored in this documentary produced in the 1980’s. Available in VHS on Amazon

  • The Elephant Seals of Año Nuevo

    The Elephant Seals of Año Nuevo

    Witness the curious habits of the Northern Elephant Seals as they return every winter to breed on the same beaches at Ano Nuevo State Reserve. See spectacular fighting among adult males as they compete for the rank of the alpha bull. Hear the cries of newborn pups as they call for their mothers and learn…