The Hemp Revolution (Full Movie – Documentary – 1995)

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Anthony Clarke explores the history and uses of the hemp plant and looks at the economic and culture forces that are behind its prohibition. Interviews with world renowned doctors, lawyers and historians fill this film with gravitas and intelligence. You will truly be fascinated by all of the things that you really didn’t know about hemp, including its practical and everyday uses, and its place in history.

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The Hemp Revolution
USA | 1995 | 73 min.
Languages available: EN
Genre: Documentary
Director: Anthony Clarke
Cast: Anthony Clarke, Dr. Andrew Weil, Eugene Collins, John Stahl, Karen Aleay

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Hemp Hemp Hooray! is a fast paced, fun educational glimpse into the potential of the world’s most useful and versatile plant, cannabis hemp, and its burgeoning renewed industrial marketplace.

Discover the re-emergence of the world’s most versatile plant, cannabis hemp, into the industrial market place. This renewable natural resource can provide many of our world’s needs while cleaning and rebuilding the environment. See hundreds of eco-friendly hemp goods such as household items, paper, building materials, body care products, nutritious foods, clothing, even plastics.

Visit hempfields and factories around the world including Canada, China, and Europe. In France, see the making of hemp bricks for building houses. Hear the many voices of hemp — entrepreneurs, manufacturers, farmers, experts, politicians, activists, concerned consumers — and learn the facts. Includes behind the scenes coverage of the modern hemp industry.

Discover the re-emergence of the world’s most versatile plant, cannabis hemp, into the industrial market place. This renewable natural resource can provide many of our world’s needs while cleaning and rebuilding the environment. See hundreds of eco-friendly hemp goods such as household items, paper, building materials, body care products, nutritious foods, clothing, even plastics.

***This video was the winner at the International 2002 Earth Vision Environmental Film Festival in Santa Cruz, California in the category of sustainability.

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22 Responses

  1. godofrock yeah
    | Reply

    I can’t be the only one thinking this way. The irony is this, the only time
    I bonded with my family was with this plant. My parents are flawed beyond
    belief. So am I. Parents listen up. If you want to bond with your
    teenagers, smoke a joint with them. They won’t hide anything from you,
    because you’re being honest. Do that. Isn’t everyone sick of bullshit?

  2. godofrock yeah
    | Reply

    To Bill Clinton. If I found a reliable source of high grade sativa, I’d be
    smoking it. Wouldn’t be given a shit about what people thought. When I
    smoked pot, I liked it. Life was a comedy, when in reality because of the
    bullshit of this system it’s a Greek tragedy. I’d rather go to a store and
    buy an ounce of something I know is good and clean. Where nobody got hurt
    in it’s production. Have a fun night of laughing at my sorrows, instead of
    crying without tears about them. I can’t do that because of hypocrisy of
    the so called law.

  3. steven stallings
    | Reply

    Hasn’t anyone heard of “inevitably” or are we under the oligarchy of the
    “Few”
    and at that natural (GOD ordained = willow bark) is better than synthetic
    (Doctorate ordained = aspirin salicylic acid) and it has so many other uses
    besides recreational & medicinal (textiles paper cloth) fuel etc…
    note: 1:07:00

  4. godofrock yeah
    | Reply

    Personally I’d rather eat the shit with THC. I won’t lie there. But 1 acre
    of hemp one can grow 2 to 3 times a season while a tree takes 7 years to
    grow for the minimum of harvest. The industrial application and hemp’s
    potential is mind blogging and disgusting that it’s prohibited. Some
    average Joe in his backyard with some hemp seeds can build a house in 4
    months from the crap in 1 acre of hemp. After he build his house, he can
    power it from the same acre. If that individual had 4 acres they’re in the
    profit margin. Textiles, plastics. It’s astonishing really. No wonder it’s
    prohibited. The fucking Duponts lobbied with the Hursts to make this
    illegal. It’s called a monopoly. The irony is, this plant is like the small
    branches in your lungs. the big branches in your lungs can be compared to
    trees, but the lungs are more filled with little ones that do more work as
    a whole than the bigs, like the trees. Go figure. The world’s future
    depends on gardening, with no pesticides. Desertification can be reversed
    with this crappy plant that nobody pays attention too. Granted bamboo is
    simiilar, but the density of this one crappy plant is really a cure all on
    all continents. Can’t erase 10000 years of history. 

  5. godofrock yeah
    | Reply

    What’s wrong with a little fun with the THC. Like really. I can see what
    happens when you make it illegal and people are fighting over a black
    market for profit margins. Heaven forbid the drug cartels and giant gangs
    actually need to pay tax, be regulated and conduct honest business, but I’m
    drunk, so what does my opinion matter. If you want a sober conversation
    from me, you have a quarter bottle of rum to wait for. If you want honest
    and unbiased, you’ll get it otherwise.

  6. freedom dove
    | Reply

    There is absolutely no ethical or logical reason why the farmers in the US
    can’t be allowed to grow industrial hemp. They are losing money with these
    completely foolish political laws, and Americans are forced to pay premium
    prices for imported hemp products such as hemp fabric and paper. If our
    government actually gave a rat’s ass about its populace and its economy and
    the environment, it would allow the cultivation of hemp again. As can be
    seen in the video, hemp has a multitude of uses and is easy on the
    environment. There is NO valid excuse for it to be banned in agriculture
    when it could be bringing us so many benefits. 

  7. Marcelo Bellissimo
    | Reply

    Brazil on the go! o/
    CBD is now allowed… next mission, THC… :)

  8. jack g
    | Reply

    one of the very best videos i have seen so far. Very informative of
    countless products are being made. Also how much better for the environment
    and the economy it can be. Hundreds of thousands of jobs can be created.

  9. Emmanuel Daniel
    | Reply

    GREEN MIRACLE : The Growing Industrial #Hemp Market – FEATURE FILM

  10. nicholas cremato
    | Reply

    the best way to go is to tell the public who made hemp unlawful and why.
    once you name names things change!

  11. Shawn Prenatt
    | Reply

    I am passionate about spreading the word and getting our states, and
    national government to open up the market to Industrial Hemp, and
    Marijuana, and to encourage investment in Bio-Butanol while Bio-Diesel
    companies are already slowly starting to grow. If we want our economy in
    the United States to grow, we must open up the market for new enterprise,
    and adopt policies that help businesses profit, succeed, and grow which
    will ultimately lead to employment opportunities. We need farmers, and
    helping hands to plant the seeds, and harvest the crops while companies
    will spout to develop the raw material from Hemp into goods, then finally
    we will have the businesses that will sell the goods. This exchange of
    helping hands will help to grow our economy.

    Bio-Diesel can be made from hemp seed oil, and the biological waste from
    the Hemp Crop can be fermented into Bio-Butanol. Bio-Butanol has the
    closest burning power to Gasoline, more so than Ethanol, does not attract
    moisture like Ethanol, and can transported via current pipelines unlike
    Ethanol. If we were to domestically produce Bio-Butanol, with Bio-Diesel,
    in time with a surplus the price of both fuel sources will be lower than
    the fossil fuel based fuels we use now! From this we could slowly, and
    realistically transition off of fossil fuels for good. Putting all of this
    aside, imagine the jobs that a Bio-Fuel Industry will create that will
    NEVER LEAVE THE US! This is what I am passionate about, and why I keep
    posting this topic for you all to read, to help me spread the word that we
    CAN get jobs created, and we can help our nation become economically strong
    again.

  12. Charles Town
    | Reply

    There goes big oil ..hahahahahahahaha

  13. ollie niz
    | Reply

    #hemp
    Hemp Hemp Hooray! is a fast paced, fun educational glimpse into the
    potential of the world’s most useful and versatile plant, cannabis hemp,
    and its burgeoning renewed industrial marketplace.

    Discover the re-emergence of the world’s most versatile plant, cannabis
    hemp, into the industrial market place. This renewable natural resource can
    provide many of our world’s needs while cleaning and rebuilding the
    environment. See hundreds of eco-friendly hemp goods such as household
    items, paper, building materials, body care products, nutritious foods,
    clothing, even plastics.

    Visit hempfields and factories around the world including Canada, China,
    and Europe. In France, see the making of hemp bricks for building houses.
    Hear the many voices of hemp — entrepreneurs, manufacturers, farmers,
    experts, politicians, activists, concerned consumers — and learn the facts.
    Includes behind the scenes coverage of the modern hemp industry.

    Discover the re-emergence of the world’s most versatile plant, cannabis
    hemp, into the industrial market place. This renewable natural resource can
    provide many of our world’s needs while cleaning and rebuilding the
    environment. See hundreds of eco-friendly hemp goods such as household
    items, paper, building materials, body care products, nutritious foods,
    clothing, even plastics. 

  14. Kamagel007
    | Reply

    My left ear likes this video

  15. juan jose
    | Reply

    Hemp Hemp Hooray! is a fast paced, fun educational glimpse into the
    potential of the world’s most useful and versatile plant, cannabis hemp,
    and its burgeoning renewed industrial marketplace.

  16. Khataroo
    | Reply

    I really do hope to see hemp legalized and utilized in the US someday. It
    really would solve a lot of issues and do wonders for our messed up
    economy. 

  17. Christian Bylander
    | Reply

    Planting trees in place of those cut down is not the same as not cutting
    them down. Trees are a national treasure as hemp will grow back in 5 months
    compared to 30 years. We need forest for every other terrestrial animal in
    the world. Loss of jobs and money is the only thing that keeps us cutting
    down trees, not because we do a good job of maintaining it. Concerns have
    changed over the years, hemp is not 100% solution but it’s a start!
    mono-cropping hemp would also be a bad idea. Feeding the nation will be an
    issue here soon aswell.

  18. Neil Rothwell
    | Reply
  19. DeleriousZ
    | Reply

    This seems like a great documentary but goddamn i can’t get over the
    terrible audio 🙁 half of it is in the left channel only.

  20. das hasguns
    | Reply

    if we can take the hippie out of industrial hemp in the publics eye they
    may actually see its benefits and not focus on the idea it gets people
    high. While I don’t think this way most Americans do and will continue to
    do so till they see a professional side of it. sad but true. 

  21. almartin77
    | Reply

    man kind evolved exponentially because he discovered hemp tens of thousands
    of years ago. The guy who invented the wheel was high on pot. He had all
    this stash and needed a way to move it to market so he invented the wheel
    and attached two of them to a flat bed. LOL . Albert Einstein was aware of
    the potential mind powers of hemp. 

  22. Larry D
    | Reply

    Everything you wanted to know about Hemp as a product or crop.

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