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Cathy reviews "How Far Is Heaven"—a film that explores the relations between a New Zealand river and its communities i...
Cathy shares exciting news about the preservation of the Whanganui River: "For the first time in NZ, and I expect this i...
Cathy Fitzgerald discusses an upcoming conference on Regarding the Earth: in word and image in Melbourne and how a new f...
Cathy Fitzgerald discusses new terms 'ecopornography', 'slow violence' and their usefulness in thinking about the cultur...
Cathy takes us into the forest with the presentation of her work: "It's important to me that my work that touches on my ...
Cathy Fitzgerald reviews the new book, Ecocinema Theory and Practice, by Stephen Rust and Salma Monani—a developing fi...
Eco Arts Notebook examines the idea of the Anthropocene and "the ecocidal tendencies of the human-centered gaze."
Eco Arts Notebook examines Polly Higgins, author of Eradicating Ecocide—exposing the corporate and political practices...
Cathy explores the work of artist Eileen MacDonagh and her use of tangible materials: "I really admire the attention to ...
Experimental filmmaker and forest grower, Cathy Fitzgerald describes why she became involved in developing new forest po...
Cathy Fitzgerald blogs about climate change and a new book: "In light of the United Nations Framework Convention on Clim...
Cathy Fitzgerald blogs about how artists can influence perceptions of climate change: "Over the last few years however, ...
Hello from Ireland and from the middle of the smallest close-to-nature managed forest in Ireland. This is my first guest...
A rural based Irish experimental filmmaker/ visual artist, Cathy Fitzgerald, reflects on the value of online technologie...