STRATEGIC TRUST: THE MAKING OF NUCLEAR FREE PALAU
From 1982 to 1996 award-winning filmmakers Mary Beth Brangan & James Heddle documented on film and video unfolding events in the fledgling island nation of Palau. When Palau's voters made it the first nation in history to adopt a nuclear free, green constitution, Washington's war planners saw it as 'the threat of a good example.' Palau became the poster child for the growing Nuclear Free Pacific movement and a cause celebre for the global nuclear free zone movement.
The 10-year-long manipulation of the electoral process the U.S. then unleashed to force the rollback of Palau's nuclear ban became a text book case for subversion of the democratic process in developing countries...and at home.
Their experiences covering this story made the filmmakers life-long advocates of election integrity.
his film was produced on a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in 1986.
ISLANDS ON THE EDGE OF TIME
This film was produced on a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in 1996.
CHOICEPOINT: CALIFORNIA'S WATER & NUCLEAR WASTE
This is the story of an eventually successful grassroots fight to block installation of a radioactive waste dump on Native American sacred land inhabited by the endangered desert tortoise above an aquifer connected to the Colorado River, source of drinking and farming water for much of the Southwest. Resistance proved fertile. Produced by James Heddle and Mary Beth Brangan.
PELIGRO! - NUCLEAR SHOWDOWN ON THE RIO GRANDE
This is the story of an eventually successful fight by citizens and activists to stop placement of a nuclear waste dump in Sierra Blanca, Texas near the Rio Grande river. Resistance proved fertile. Produced by James Heddle and Mary Beth Brangan.
PUBLIC EXPOSURE: DNA, DEMOCRACY AND THE 'WIRELESS REVOLUTION'
Can microwaves alter our brains and DNA?
Released in 2000, Public Exposure is the first - and still definitive - independently produced investigative report on this key issue, the human health dangers of Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) from cell phones & cell towers... and what we can do to protect ourselves.
Broadcast on LinkTV and in constant use by community groups and concerned citizens around the world, with thousands of DVD copies sold, we now make the authorized one-hour version of Public Exposure available on-line for the first time. DVD copies are available for purchase here: http://www.eon3.net/emr_protection/docs/public_exposure.html
First Place award, EarthVision Film Festival.
Co-Produced by EON's Mary Beth Brangan and Libby Kelley of the Council on Wireless Technology Impacts - www.energyfields.org Directed and edited by EON's James Heddle.
A LITTLE LIGHT'LL DO YA: DEFENDING DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA
Blacked out or dismissed as 'conspiracy theories' by corporate news outlets, reports of massive vote fraud in the 2004 presidential election circulated on the internet and independent media.
As the Jan. 6th, 2005 deadline for a challenge to the Electoral College vote drew near, a tiny village on the California coast raised funds to send a delegation of its citizens and an award-winning documentary team to Ohio and Washington, D.C. to get the facts.
They found overwhelming evidence of a stolen election - and a small, diverse group of committed people from the street and the elite who were defending democracy against overwhelming odds.
This is their report - a precursor of the subsequent Election Protection movement that is still growing today and that is making a difference in upholding our right to accurate vote counts.
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