Inside the Greenhouse Interns worked very hard to capture the essence of an important mural in Barelas, New Mexico, a suburb of Albuquerque. This story explores artist Nani Chacon and her appreciation for a traditional healer. She gives tribute to this important "local hero," through a mural on the side of her pharmacy.
Artist, Nanibah Chacon, honors a local inspiration in the community by painting a portrait mural on the side of the woman's store. This is the time lapse we documented of the mural as it was painted start to finish in only six days.
Albuquerque artist, Nanibah Chacon, wanted to honor someone in the community who she truly admired. So she painted a portrait mural of Maclovia Sanchez de Zamora, an herbalist and healer, on the side of B. Ruppe Drugstore where Maclovia has worked for over 30 years. Her knowledge of herbs and healing continue to help people in the community when western medicine has failed. What many of us consider useless weeds, Maclovia knows as gifts from a higher power with the ability to heal.
This film is a comedy about the benefits of the bus system. The film encourages the audience to use public transportation.
This film follows a group of students from Tuba City, Arizona. The students discuss their relation to the environment, as well as perform a play about humanity's interaction with the climate. This film is an inspiring documentary styled film.
This is a documentary style film that educates the audience about the coal industry. The producer does a thorough job of explaining how one community in Colorado relies on coal for its existence. This film shows emotion and information to explain the problems we face when moving towards different forms of energy.
This is an artistic film about the environmental degradation. It offers information about climate change and ways to get involved to save our environment. This film is beautiful and appropriate for all ages.
This film is a documentary styled comparison between Boulder residents' views on climate change vs. perceptions of residents in Alabama. We learn the main difference between people's points of view are if climate change is something to worry about. This film is very interesting and conveys an important idea, no matter where someone lives, they must start acting to combat climate change.
This film is a beautiful story of human existence on earth. It is a wakeup call to society that earth has been here much longer than us, and will continue to be here after we are gone. The film urges viewers to respect our home so that the weather respects us. There is mild cursing.
This film is a comedy about what life without available water. The story does a good job at depicting the harsh realities of an average day with no water and highlights how water is a huge part of our lifestyle. This film is well produced and funny for all ages.
Red Cup Culture is a short film about making changes to college parties for a sustainable future. The producer gives a smart idea to combat the problem of constantly throwing away red solo cups. This film is fun and relatable to CU students.
This beautiful film explains the struggles we have with connecting to nature and helping preserve it.
This animated feature tells an old Native American tale, paralleling America's treatment of our land. This story talks about the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and Native American life. This film is excellent in story and creativity.
Tells the Native American “Prophecy of the Seventh Generation,” which many believe to be happening now.
Short film entitled, "A Hopeful Future," featuring narrative by a father about his hopes for the world his daughter will grow up in.
A sleek film that highlights the role that current construction plays in carbon emissions and features creative architectural solutions to achieve a greener standard. Provided isn't just a big idea, but a truly attainable alternative for shaping our future. Film by Matt Schmalhorst.