Blood of the Amazon
(80 mins)

This feature length documentary shows the journey one woman took from the headwaters in Ecuador along the Amazon to Brazil, investigating the effects of the oil industry on the environment and indigenous people who live there.

From the largest environmental lawsuit in the history of the world and the horrific contamination to a solution to the pollution they face and the exciting new Yasuni proposal to leave the oil in the ground.

This is a film which gives a voice to the people and hope to the planet.

Filmed, Edited and Produced by Nicola Peel


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Solution to the Pollution
(15 mins)

How Mushrooms are helping to clean up the oil spills in the Ecuadorean Amazon. 

Mycoremediation is an incredible technique using fungi to break down oil and other contaminants.

This short film shows how the Amazon Mycorenewal Team initiated the first ever trials using mycoremediation in the Amazon.

Filmed, Edited and Produced by Nicola Peel


Amazanga Kausai 
(30 mins)

The documentary "Amazanga" was produced as a fundraising film for The Llushin River Rainforest Conservation Project in the Ecuadorean Amazon.

This informative documentary gives an insight into the traditional life of the indigenous people and their use of medicinal and edible plants, also the threats they face and this vital conservation project. 

The DVD has so far helped to raise over $30,000.

Produced by James Ficklin & Nicola Peel of Earth Films

In Resistance to Oil 
(15 min.) 

400 Indiginous Indians meet deep in the Amazon to unite in their opposition to oil mining and military presence in their ancestral territory. 

Faces painted, feather headdresses and spears show a glimpse into their traditional life.

Wise words show the depth of their understanding and feelings to those exploiting their homeland.

Filmed, Edited and Produced by Nicola Peel


G8 – The Battle of the Oatfield
(30 min) 

In July of 2005 the G8 summit was held outside Edinburgh. The G8 is the annual meeting with the leaders of the 8 most powerful nations on Earth, to discuss their plans to control the planet. Various movements came together from all over Europe and the world, to attempt to raise their voices and call attention to the injustices perpetuated by the G8 leaders. 

The video shows the highlights of the morning road blockades and the march to Gleneagles hotel where the leaders were barricaded in and surrounded by riot police. The Infernal Noise Brigade from Seattle, along with the Clandestine Insurgent Revolutionary Clown Army (CIRCA) added music, colour and humour to the protests. 

Covered are the two separate clashes between riot police and protestors tearing down the metal fence barricades, followed by an oatfield occupied by clowns, puppets, anarchists and angels, being chased by police on horses, dogs and helicopters.

Anarchy, comedy and power to the people.

Produced by James Ficklin & Nicola Peel of Earth Films


Valley of the Giants 
The Styx – Tasmania, Australia 
(30 mins) 

In 2002 Greenpeace built the tallest treesit in the world in Tasmania and called it the Global Rescue Station to bring awareness of the plight of the worlds ancient forests and the destruction they face.

This film also covers the 2006 Gunns case and how 20 activists (including Green Senator Bob Brown and The Wilderness Society) are being sued for speaking out. 

From life in the treetops, pop stars and politicians, protests and victories, see the unbelievable destruction to Tasmanias ancient forests and what we can all do to help.

Filmed, Edited and Produced by Nicola Peel


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