Center for Disease Control studies that show youngsters who are exposed to cigarette use on film are more likely to take up smoking, setting the stage for health problems later in life.
Deep in the Amazon rainforest, the Brazilian government wants to build a massive, nasty dam called Belo Monte. The hydropower plant has long been at t...
Indian Minister of Environment and Forests, Jairam Ramesh's courageous decision today saved the real Avatar. I commend his leadership and I hope that his decision will set a precedent worldwide.
Though film directing has been an overwhelmingly male preserve, there's an enduring legacy of women directors to celebrate. To prove my point, here are ten of my own favorite titles helmed by women.
For decades before it was fashionable or even on the radar screen, Pete Seeger has advocated an economic system that works in harmony with the Earth.
And they said things were bad in the 70's. The dirt, the porno shops, the Disco. All that is now a fond memory for many New Yorkers who gamely braved that bit of Hades to attend a real Broadway musical.
I am surprised that share-tipsters continue to recommend Vedanta as a desirable investment. Regrettably, many shareholders, content to read about the share price, remain silent about Vedanta's detrimental impact on local communities.
Years ago, I traveled to RCA Labs in Princeton to spend a day living in the future. It was then that I learned one of life's great truisms: Americans buy new television sets like clockwork every seven years.
Along with between a quarter and half a million people gathered to celebrate the annual PRIDE Festival and Parade last weekend in Minneapolis, a couple of Avatars for Peace decided to make their landing too!
At the center of both Pandora and the biblical narrative, there is a tree: the tree of life. It tells us that what matters most is not profit, but a sacred connection; connection to God, to one another, to all of creation.
This has got to be one of the most amazing sites I've seen outside of the original Star Wars trilogy.
While thinking about this man-made catastrophe, I wasn't sure who was to blame. BP seems like the easiest and most culpable target, but it's important to realize no one wins "the blame game" -- we need to solve the problem first.
Animal Fair has decided, in celebration of the release of the Avatar DVD, to rank the host of hexapods based on their potential as house pets.
So it seems we've found rare minerals in Afghanistan. Doesn't it take a five-year old to realize that "unobtanium" is unobtainable in Afghanistan under current, if any, conditions?
Spoiler Alert: I haven't seen A Team, The Movie and I don't intend to. If you're really looking for a real review then you'll need to keep searching...
indie films are competing for distribution and exhibition screens with big budget studio movies and those movies are benefiting from nifty advances in technology; primarily, innovations in 3-D.