Result: 19 films

Artifishal (2019)

Josh Murphy / 80 min / from 16 years / 5.2/6
"Artifishal" is a film about people, rivers and the fight for the future of wild fish and their natural environment. | as free streaming at our page

Blue Heart (2018)

Britton Caillouette / 40 min / from 12 years / 4.4/6
What would you do to protect the last healthy rivers in your own backyard? The film Blue Heart shows local activists in the Balkans fighting to save their rivers— the last pristine, free-flowing river systems in Europe and home of the balkan lynx... | as free streaming at our page, for free public screenings

Sunganges (2017)

Valli Bindana / 72 min / from 16 years / 4.4/6
A documentary feature film that aims to advance and accelerate the energy transition in India. |

Tapped (2009)

Stephanie Soechtig, Jason Lindsey / 75 min / from 12 years / 4.4/6
Is access to clean drinking water a fundamental right or a commodity that can be bought and sold like any other consumer good? | on demand on our page, as free streaming at our page, to purchase on DVD

Love Flows (2019)

Francisco Campos-Lopez / 35 min / from 16 years
Many rivers have been so heavily obstructed by man that fish migration, which plays an important role in the reproduction of numerous fish species, has been impaired or even made impossible. An ever-increasing group of committed people wants to counteract this problem. | as free streaming at our page

Lords of Water (2019)

Jérôme Fritel / 87 min / from 13 years
Is water the oil of the 21st century? Should water be a commodity like any other? With what consequences for people and the environment? The film introduces the urgent subject of water trading and lets protagonists on both sides have their say. | as free streaming at our page

Scenes from a Dry City (2018)

François Verster, Simon Wood / 12 min / from 16 years
This captivating documentary takes the viewer on a journey to a city on the brink of disaster. During an unprecedented drought Cape Town finds itself at the mercy of nature and with every dry day social tensions increase. | as free streaming at our page

The River Is Me (2018)

David Freid / 17 min / from 13 years
Fascinating short documentary about the Whanganui River in New Zealand, the first river that has been granted legal personhood. | as free streaming at our page

2467km (2017)

Anton Zabriskie / 56 min / from 12 years
A film team of two accompanied SUP paddler Pascal Rösler on 20 days during his journey to the Black Sea. Impressive pictures of the Isar and Danube as well as the surrounding nature were taken. In addition, many people have their say, whom the Munich native met on his journey across Europe. |

The Longest Straw (2017)

Samantha Bode / 86 min / from 14 years
Without water, there is no life. Join a young woman on a journey of a lifetime to reconnect to the source of water for her, and millions of others. |

RiverBlue (2017)

Roger Williams, David McIlvride / 95 min / from 14 years
RiverBlue chronicles the high environmental cost of fast fashion and how the industry has destroyed some of the world’s greatest rivers. | on demand on our page

Dans le Lit du Rhône (2017)

Mélanie Pitteloud / 88 min
The Rhone has been in a corset gezwängt for 150 years and its course is dominated by people. But the power of the river cannot be suppressed! |

Return of the River (2014)

Jessica Plumb, John Gussman / 70 min
A film about the biggest dam removal in the history of the USA, which reflects the many perspectives on all sides of the Elwha valley. |

DamNation (2014)

Travis Rummel, Ben Knight / 88 min / from 12 years
From pride for dams to the awareness of their problems. | on demand on our page

Monsoon (2014)

Sturla Gunnarsson / 105 min / from 12 years
"Monsoon" is a documentary exploration of chaos, creation and faith in the land of believers. The subject is monsoon, the incomparably vast seasonal weather system that permeates and unifies the immense and varied culture of India, shaping the conditions of existence for its billion-plus inhabitants. |

Watermark (2013)

Jennifer Baichwal, Edward Burtynsky / 93 min / from 12 years
Captivating footage of how humanity has shaped water and how water has shaped us. |

A Thirsty World (2012)

Thierry Piantanida, Baptiste Rouget-Luchaire / 90 min
Against the background of the growing effects of an unstable climate, water has become one of the most valuable natural resources on our planet. The film combines the aerial images of the world typical of the filmmaker with the hard, everyday reality of people who lack water and shows people struggling daily to find water, clean it or take it to those who need it. | as free streaming at our page

Murtreiben (2011)

Bernhard Lukas / 75 min / from 8 years
A report from the river Mur, Austria. About the many people who enjoy the Mur as a sports and recreational space; Buddhists, biologists, surfers, fishermen, cyclists, hikers, boardwalkers and even a paddling pirate. | as free streaming at our page

Blue Gold (2008)

Sam Bozzo / 90 min
Wars of the future will be fought over water as they are over oil today. |