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With our increasing ability to exploit the natural world, what impact has humankind had on our home?
Max Edkins – South Africa – 08:00 – Documentary
The Bennde Mutale community is already living through extreme weather events and marginalised to the north-eastern corner of South Africa they are all the more vulnerable to climate change impacts. Climate Theatre is the tale of the community-based Bennde Mutale Theatre Group using theatre as a means of educating their immediate community on the present and future pressures they are facing as the world increasingly warms.
Michelle Coomber – Bangladesh – 12:00 – Documentary
‘Buriganga’ is an intimate portrayal of five lives that coalesce around the Buriganga river in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Featuring nighttime fire-breathers, an ancient floating hotel and a beautiful political exile, the film captures the rhythms of this incredible waterway.
Kirk Hendry – UK – 06:30
A tale of an obsession with junk food that may prove hard to swallow!
Madeleine Parry – Australia – 17:25 – Documentary
Could you kill what you had for dinner? Maddie, a 21 year old meat eater, decides to take the question into her own hands.
Polar bear migration: nomadism and dormancy field guide
Norm Fassbender – Canada – 02:10
A TV documentary crew debate the ethics of saving a drowning polar bear.
Felipe Aguilar – Colombia – 07:55
A Space-faring Journey through the Indian Countryside.
Rainer Ludwigs – Germany – 18:55 – Documentary
A Soviet family searching for a modest paradise is swept into an immense disaster. This magically animated film combines drawing, photography and documentary video to capture the surreal emotions of the too-real tragedy: Chernobyl 1986.