"Green Porno," Season 2. Isabella Rossellini returns to act out more weird animal behaviors in the second installment of her fascinating, show-stopping series of shorts. The highly stylized, scientifically accurate project will teach viewers about the strange sex lives of various sea creatures, including shrimp, squid, anchovies and whales.
"Green Porno" was first conceived (pun intended) for easy, entertaining viewing on portable digital devices like cell phones, with the goal of bringing science and learning to the masses through high production values. Rossellini and team had such a good time working on them that they caught a bug (har har), and have kept going.
Premieres May 5th on the Sundance Channel.
The Lazy Environmentalist. Josh Dorfman, The Lazy Environmentalist is coming to the small screen, in seven 30-minute episodes. The author, green design retailer and Sirius radio host will be seeking out environmental skeptics who are experts in fields as diverse as fashion, food, architecture, business and design in order to prove that a green lifestyle can meet the demands of their professional and private lives. He will try to show critics that going green is better in more ways than one.
Premieres June 16th at 9:00 pm e/p on the Sundance Channel.
"Eco Trip: The Real Cost of Living." Also part of Sundance's The Green eco-block, this eight-part original series is hosted by eco-adventurer David de Rothschild, and will trace the origins and environmental impact of common everyday products such as a cotton t-shirt or a gold ring. Each of the half-hour episodes will look at the life cycle of a different item, from production to disposal, revealing the environmental, social and health effects along the way.
Premieres April 21st at 9:00 pm e/p on the Sundance Channel.
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