The Sustainable Planet film festival is the international film festival that promotes sustainable development, curated by international economist Pamela Peeters. She founded the festival in 2005 after being invited to join the US Partnerships for the UNESCO Decade for Sustainable Education. Two years later her blog went live. It offered lifestyle segments and international news on the green and social economy. Today, we also have our own YOUTUBE Channel and an online community of planet experts and protectors will be launched next.
Godfrey Reggio, director for “Koyaanisqatsi” – Produced by Francis Coppola, Music by Philip Glass
“Pamela has conceived of that rarest of things in life: an original idea”
SOME PAST POSTERS
(Opal Computing) I was glad to make it to your event and catch some of the talks, as well as the excellent movie “Burning Season”. I thought the multi-viewpoint approach to the topic was enlightening and a bit of a change from the usual blame focus, but showing instead how the process works through many varied interests and structures until finally a change can occur.
Shelly Reef.(co-dev. Antigravity Yoga)
It was such a powerful and poignant day! Thank you for sharing the amazing world you create. Many blessings on you sister!
(The Sequoia Lab)
Your Saturday Sustainable Planet Documentaries were remarkable… I hope our path will cross again very soon as we both work for a better world.
I had a great time at your film festival. It was exciting to meet your guests and speakers. I absolutely loved “Burning Season”: it was sad inspiring and infuriating all at once!
Belgium: Flagey – Brussels, Havenhuis – Antwerp
USA: Walter Read Theater, Chelsey Art Museum, Bohemian National Hall, The American Institute of Architects, Gabarron Foundation, Children’s Museum for the Arts.
Jordan: Wild Jordan Center – Amman
Bahrain: Ritz Carlton – Manama
A Plastic Ocean
In this adventure documentary, Director Craig teams up with free diver Tanya Streeter and an international team of scientists and researchers. They travel to twenty locations around the world over the next four years to explore the fragile state of our oceans, uncover alarming truths about plastic pollution, and reveal working solutions that can be put into immediate effect.
BECAUSE Our oceans are a plastic soup and every year 8 million metric tons of plastic end up in our oceans.