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Jumbo Wild: documentary review

by Tammy Cloutier Editor, “About Time,” Whole Terrain Jagged snow-capped peaks erupt from a sea of clouds as a lone man in black appears in the opening scene of Jumbo Wild, his back to the camera. (See trailer below.) He is dwarfed by the sheer size of the rugged backdrop of …


Weather Gone Wild: documentary review

by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain In the wake of an unprecedented number of extreme weather events in the last several years, Weather Gone Wild explores the significance of these events as well as strategies we could employ in order to mitigate them. Although each weather event taken alone could …


Wrenched: documentary review

by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Fans of the author and environmental activist Edward Abbey will love the documentary Wrenched. For younger generations of environmentalists, who may not have encountered Abbey’s writing yet, this film can introduce them to Abbey’s particular brand of radical environmental activism, “monkey wrenching,” and his …


Racing to Zero: documentary review

by Cherice Bock Editor, Whole Terrain Encouraging and inspiring, the film Racing to Zero documents the great work in which the city of San Francisco is engaged (see trailer below). By the year 2020, San Francisco hopes to have achieved zero waste leaving their city destined for a landfill. At the …