For 20 years the Video Project has been a leading distributor of environmental videos about the fate of our planet.Adam Werbach is now part of their team. Distribution seems to remain fairly traditional. Bios still mention his hosting an environmental tv show, the green thin line but I was unable to find any info, site or blog.
This month's issue of Evergreenmonhtly tells about the Spiritual Cinema Circle, a home-DVD monhtly subscription service that sends its members a DVD compilation of spiritually uplifting shorts, documentaries and fiction features. From their January selection we especially noticed Ryans well.
Green planet films library looks like an interesting project, sort of a blockbusters service for environmental films. It is an online dvd rental library. Is it economically viable? Can producers be convinced to offer their documentaries that way? Are there enough people willing to use such a service? At this point the catalog still looks small.
Read how Suzanne Harle got the idea of founding this dvd library by attending a film festival.
My guess is it would take the involvement of several big and many small
organizations to build a significant enough network and clientele basis.
The service could also provide additional info about new films.