A film by Jan van den Berg and Pipaluk Knudsen-Ostermann.
The Silent Snow project aims to raise awareness of pollution caused by persistent pollutants and consists of both a short film and a feature length documentary by Dutch filmmaker Jan van den Berg, educational material for schools and this website. The project aims to portray the people that are affected most, by what turns out to be a structural pollution of the entire global environmental system.
Newstimes.com and the Hartford Courant interviewed Jan van den Berg for the screening of Silent Snow in the Ridgefield Playhouse Film Society last week. Read more > >
Silent Snow is doing very well among our Italian friends and was awarded the Prize Distribution On Demand at SiciliAmbiente Festival. Read more > >
2012 was a particular successful year for the educational initiatives making use of the feature length documentary of Silent Snow. This year, we continue. Read more > >
Manifesto Film Club and ORICUM Association organized educational screenings of Silent Snow for high school students by in 27 high schools in Romania. Read more > >
Silent Snow became official education material at Szent István University, Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Gödöllő, Hungary. Read more > >
Last weekend BioFach in Nuremberg brought together many dealers and producers of ecological articles from all over the world. Read more > >
Silent Snow looks back on a wonderful year. Besides the success of the screenings, we had other fantastic news to share with you: in August Silent Snow’s heroine Pipaluk gave birth to a beautiful healthy little baby girl, Freya Natuk. Read more > >
Read the story on Silent Snow that was published in the International HCH and Pesticides Association. Read more > >
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