The Worlds We Want Episode 4: Dialogue through Documentary Making
Want to catch up on Episode 4, or follow up on something mentioned in the show? You’ve come to the right place!
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Trailer for Liz Miller’s Shoreline Project
Trailer for the Climate Listening Project
Music featured in this episode:
In addition to a lot of clips from some of the documentaries we looked at in this episode, we also made use of these pieces of music:
The people interviewed in this episode are:
- Liz Miller, Professor in Communication Studies, Concordia University, principle of the Shoreline Project — “an interactive documentary exploring the tensions of rising sea levels and unchecked development in coastal towns and cities around the world. Visit the site to explore 43 videos, interactive maps and more!”
- Dayna Reggero is an activist, film maker, and Founder of the Climate Listening Project — a collaborative, film based effort “to connect and share hopeful conversations on climate and community.”
A few things referenced in the show
- Miller, Liz; The Shore Line and the Practice of Slow Resilience
- Miller, Liz; Designing I-Docs for the Classroom
- Miller, Liz; The Shore Line: A storybook for a sustainable future
- HANDS-ON — Women:Climate:Change
- On Coal River, by Climate Listening Project partners Adams West and Francine Cavanaugh
- the Climate Listening Project
- the Shoreline Project
Some of Project Partners mentioned in the show
- ClimateCon 2018: A Conference on the Business of Climate
- Helios Design Labs
- Mom’s Clean Air Force
- The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
- The National Audubon Society
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