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Four Corners

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Tending Nature

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Power Struggle

“Power Struggle” is a feature-length documentary, directed by Robbie Leppze, chronicling a successful grassroots citizens’ effort to shut down a nuclear power plant in Vermont. A timely, inspiring story of democracy in action; about whether citizens’ voices will be heard against big moneyed interests, and what people are doing locally right now to make a difference for a sustainable energy future. “Power Struggle” follows the unfolding drama as citizen activists and elected officials – alarmed at increasing safety violations – took on the federal government and one of the biggest nuclear power companies in America to call for closure of the Vermont Yankee nuclear reactor when its original 40-year license expires. For more information, visit www.PowerStruggleMovie.com.

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The American Nurse

In this heart-warming film, follow five nurses in different practices to explores some of the biggest issues facing America — aging, war, poverty, prisons — through the work and lives of nurses.
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