Kiribati (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)

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The Anthropologist (2015)

TV-14 | 78 min | Documentary, Adventure, Comedy

THE ANTHROPOLOGIST considers the fate of the planet from the perspective of an American teenager. Over five years, she travels alongside her mother, an anthropologist studying the impact of climate change on indigenous communities.

Directors: Seth Kramer, Daniel A. Miller, Jeremy Newberger | Stars: Mary Catherine Bateson, Susan Crate, Margaret Mead, Kathryn Yegorov-Crate

Votes: 114

Suspended Generation (2018)

8 min | Documentary, Short

Kids in Kiribati are facing the harsh realities of climate change. This is their story.

Directors: Andrea Egan, Joe Hitchcock

Paradise Found: The Phoenix Islands (2008 Video)

20 min | Documentary, Short

In a remote corner of the Pacific, the nation of Kiribati has created the world's largest marine reserve, the Phoenix Islands Protected Area. The reserve covers 410,500 square kilometers ... See full summary »

Votes: 7

Hangs Upon Nothing (2014)

91 min | Documentary, Adventure, Music

Hangs Upon Nothing is a film about experiencing life on earth.

Director: Jeremy Rumas | Stars: Danyel Amar, Demian Amar, Dylan Amar, Gede Aryadi

Votes: 14

Undercurrents of a Changing Climate: The 12th Festival of Pacific Arts, Guam (2017)

36 min | Documentary, Short | Completed

Every four years, participants from 27 island nations gather to celebrate their culture and to perform their identity at the Festival of Pacific Arts. In 2016, FestPAC took place in Guam, ... See full summary »

Directors: Dennis Dellschow, Eric Petzoldt

Levita (2013)

20 min | Documentary, Short, Biography

On a remote island in Kiribati, in the heart of the Pacific, flourishes the flamboyant Levita Levi. Openly gay, Levita is labeled a Binabinaine by the Kiribatese, a term to describe her ... See full summary »

Director: Victoria Burns

World Rights Human Wrongs (2018)

239 min | Documentary | Completed

Stories about the promotion and protection of human rights in an era when internationally recognized human rights have been demoted as a priority by the U.S. and other governments around ... See full summary »

Director: Vincent Gardner

Millennium Island

Documentary | Filming

A family, pacific islands, and the end of the world. Millennium Island is personal documentary about climate change in Kiribati.

Director: Lulu Deboer | Stars: Miraka Kekeri, Lulu Deboer

Te Maraia (2014 Video)

110 min | Comedy

In order to marry the woman he loves, a village youth must prove that the curse on the men in his family has been dispelled by winning the island dance competition. He eventually learns ... See full summary »

Director: Eric Larson | Stars: Tokanuea Atanimarewe, Aneteti Atanteiti, Kirannata Aukitino, Bwarenti Bakoauea

Field Spotlight: President Anote Tong (2012)

5 min | Documentary, Short, News

President Anote Tong of the Republic of Kiribati, a Pacific Island nation, is leading the formation of the Pacific Oceanscape - an action plan for marine conservation that impacts almost 40... See full summary »

Director: Peter Stonier

Kiribati: Words from the Last Generation (2017)

25 min | Documentary, Short

A documentary about the thoughts and feelings of the last generation of youth to grow up on the Pacific Island nation of Kiribati, which as a consequence of climate change will soon be under water.

Directors: Aurora Brachman, Bradley King

My Drowning Island (2018)

6 min | Documentary, Short

The President of the lowest country in the World, Kiribati see his past under water as he moves through a country that could be washed away any day. Now he thinks about his Grandchildren. ... See full summary »

Director: Robert Fox

Field Chronicles: The Pacific Oceanscape (2012)

8 min | Documentary, Short, News

The Pacific Oceanscape is a political commitment by countries of the Pacific Islands Forum to understand, guard, and conserve the Pacific Ocean for the benefit of all. Fifteen countries of ... See full summary »

Director: Peter Stonier

Global Conservation Fund: 3 Stories (2013)

17 min | Documentary, Short, Adventure

The Global Conservation Fund celebrates 10 years of accomplishments around the world.

Director: Peter Stonier

Into the Light (2018 Video)

17 min | Documentary, Short | Completed

In 2017, IUCN funded a solar PV installation in Manoku, on Abemama atoll, a remote island of Kiribati. This short documentary explores the changes and joy brought to the community through provision of clean, affordable electricity.

Director: Andrew Irvin