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A few years ago I took my passion for filmmaking and activism and came up with a new form of activism to help families live sustainable lives. Using my films Chemerical and Garbage! as my tools, I have travelled the world speaking to families, corporations and students about how to flourish without harming the environment and the health of communities.
 
I believe that, with a little encouragement, it is possible for all of us to make significant social change by simply revolutionizing the way we live at home.
 
Please allow my team and me to show your family how to live more sustainable, save money, feel healthy and be proud to know you're passing on an enduring environmental legacy for generations to come.


Sustainably Yours,
Andrew Nisker
letstalk@andrewnisker.com

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latest news

Nov 12, 2013

Andrew's latest film Chasing Forture is profiled on Entertainment Tonight

Nov 12, 2013

Chasing Fortune has been invited to participate in the IDFA Docs for Sale program. This prestigious program invites select films to be showcased for international television buyers.

Nov 5, 2013, The Hollywood Reporter cudos to us!

Chasing Fortune latest review from THE TORONTO STAR.

Chasing Fortune premiered on Nov 12th, 2013 on Super Channel (Canada).

Andrew Nisker's Chasing Fortune follows the Canadian musician looking to find fame again after a headlong plunge into bankruptcy and homelessness.