Result: 33 films

The Biggest Little Farm (2018)

John Chester / 91 min / from 12 years / 5.4/6
Captivating story of a filmmaker and a chef embarking on a new adventure. They build up a farm from scratch and have to face the challenges from mother nature. |

Les moissons de futur (2012)

Marie-Monique Robin / 90 min / from 16 years / 5/6
Marie-Monique Robin asked agronomists, economists and representatives of international organizations to sketch solution models for central questions of future food security. | as free streaming at our page, to purchase on DVD

Inhabit (2014)

Costa Boutsikaris / 92 min / from 16 years / 4.8/6
"Inhabit" introduces you to Permaculture concepts and philosophies, as well as the people involved in building this lifestyle. | on demand on our page, free for members

Growing Cities (2013)

Dan Susman, Andrew Monbouquette / 92 min / from 14 years / 4.5/6
Across the United States, Dan and Andrew meet dreamers, teachers and activists who challenge how today food is planted and distributed. |

Voices of Transition (2012)

Nils Aguillar / 66 min / from 14 years / 4/6
A documentary on how we can prepare our fields and cities for the twin challenges of climate change and peak oil prices. | to purchase on DVD

Green Gold (2012)

Rob van Hattum, John D. Liu / 47 min / from 16 years / 4/6
A documentary about large-scale restoration projects in China, Africa, South America... underline the huge benefits for people and planet. | as free streaming at our page

The Real Dirt on Farmer John (2005)

Taggart Siegel / 83 min / from 16 years / 3.8/6
In the 60s, John's farm became a commune for hippies in Illinois. Despite being castigated a pariah in his community, John transforms his farm in a failing economy. | to purchase on DVD

Edible City (2014)

Andrew Hasse / 70 min / from 16 years / 3.5/6
Models for the development of healthy and sustainable, local food systems that are socially just, environmentally friendly and resistant to crisis. | on demand on our page

Farmscape Ecology (2020)

Jon Bowermaster / 26 min / from 16 years
At Hudson Valley Farm, people from various disciplines are exploring how nature and agriculture can coexist to ensure sustainable development. | as free streaming at our page

Farmer’s Footprint (2019)

Nicol Ragland / 20 min / from 16 years
The Breitkreuz family dares to make a change towards regenerative cultivation. They discover the financial and health benefits as well as the challenges involved. | as free streaming at our page

Fools & Dreamers (2019)

Jordan Osmond, Antoinette Wilson / 29 min / from 12 years
This documentary shows us nature's incredible ability to regenerate if we just leave it to itself. Hugh Wilson's enthusiasm for nature and his work is infectious. | as free streaming at our page

Duck Academy (2019)

Suriyon Jongleepun / 52 min / from 10 years
Ducks instead of pesticides. A documentary about a Thai farmer and his ducks, which he trains for pest control. |

Fantastic Fungi (2019)

Louie Schwartzberg / 80 min / from 10 years
Louie Schwartzberg takes us on a bewitching and enlightening journey into the fantastic world of mushrooms. | on demand on our page

The Need To Grow (2018)

Rob Herring, Ryan Wirick / 96 min / from 14 years
In 60 years there will be no more agriculturally usable soil on earth. Here come the solutions for the future. | on demand on our page

Dirt Rich (2018)

Marcelina Gravat / 88 min / from 16 years
Earth dwellers, scientists, agronomists, smallholders and activists show how they can help the natural and indispensable structures of an ecosystem to get back on their feet. Will we acknowledge that our choice is matter because everything on this planet is connected? | on demand on our page

Living Soil (2018)

Chelsea Wright / 60 min / from 16 years
Soil is a resource of inestimable value. Due to intensive cultivation, soil quality has deteriorated alarmingly in many places. "Living Soil" shows that soil health can be reestablished and preserved through practices which are both effective and simple. | as free streaming at our page

Living the Change (2018)

Jordan Osmond, Antoinette Wilson / 85 min / from 14 years
Living the Change explores solutions to the global crises we face today through the inspiring stories of people pioneering change in their own lives and in their communities in order to live in a sustainable and regenerative way. | on demand on our page

Island Earth (2017)

Cyrus Sutton / 63 min
How are we going to feed the world without destroying the planet we live on? "Island Earth" ist a rich and complex tale of a young indigenous scientist's journey through the corn fields of GMO companies and loi patches of traditional Hawaiian elders reveals modern truths and ancient values that can save our food future. |

The man who wanted to change the world (2016)

Mariette Faber / 90 min / from 16 years
African-born artist Peter Westerveld claims to have developed a solution to combat desertification and ultimately climate change. His ideas are controversial, but with the Hydrological Corridor, a 20,000 km2 project in Kenya, he wants to prove the opposite to his critics. |

A Simpler Way (2016)

Jordan Osmond / 79 min / from 12 years
A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity is a free feature-length documentary that follows a community in Australia who came together to explore and demonstrate a simpler way to live in response to global crises. | as free streaming at our page