A documentary about musicians Sousou & Maher Cissoko, filmed on location in Senegal. A proper love story AND the first film of the Campfire Stories library to actually feature a campfire(!)
Is it really “green” and “environmentally smart” to use clearcutting methods in forestry? Or is it an outdated, inefficient and heavily carbon-emitting practice that does not belong in a world already struggling with forest fires and a climate crisis?
A film about Ben Bushill and his poem “The One Puzzle”. An attempt to speak to us all, no matter our background, of the wondrous strangeness and simplicity of being a human on planet Earth. The film is part documentary, part “spoken word music video”.
My meeting with Charles Eisenstein, whose book “The Ascent of Humanity” helped me figure out what was “off” in this world, and how it could be instead.
A film about communication with nature, featuring amazing talents like Charu Hariharan and Andris Bird Whisperer.
Two men from completely different cultures meet and start playing together on the subway platforms of New York. A documentary about friendship, migration and the unifying power of music.
I tell a friend I’ve moved to Järna, Sweden – a place of alternative ideas. “Oh, really? Aren’t those the nutjobs who bury cow skulls in the fields?”. I decide to find out what biodynamic farming is.
What does ancestry mean? For someone who’s adopted this is an acute question. A film about Emilio searching for his roots in Colombia.
A conversation with musician Randy K on his boat in New York. About being knocked out, having less but giving more, and forgiving your enemy.
Nine questions with Charles Eisenstein.
We follow Tania as she attempts to help her friend Tomas out of depression and addiction. She convinces him to come along to a San Pedro ceremony.
Could there be a common root to all of the crises facing the web of life on planet earth?
What I learned during the making of this film it is this: The danger lies not in the risk of being misled into trusting the wrong camp. The risk lies in believing that such a complex matter should have an answer as simple as yes or no.
Passion. Obsession. And the best birdhouse in the world. My father may be over 80 but there’s no stopping him when inspiration strikes!
For 50 years he stood by the road waving to the traffic. But who was he? And why was he waving?
A bird falls dead at my feet and sends my thoughts spinning. An image of me on my own death bed. What will I be thinking about in my waning moments?
A trip into probability. And an opportunity to get to know the Swedes a bit better.
Most of us seem to believe there actually is such a thing as time, such a thing as tomorrow. But, of course, when we get to tomorrow it’s turned into the now.