Result: 75 films

KartoffelLiebe (2011)

Bertram Verhaag / 45 min / from 16 years
"KartoffelLiebe" shows people from different walks of life with a special passion for the versatile tuber. For them it is clear: the potato is much more than a side dish. | on demand on our page

Reverence for Life (2011)

Bertram Verhaag / 35 min / from 16 years
Since his withdrawal from industrial meat production, Karl Ludwig Schweisfurth has focused on sustainable agriculture and near-natural, species-appropriate animal husbandry on his farm. During his traditional slaughter festivals he conveys reverence for life to the visitors. | on demand on our page

Mother (2011)

Christophe Fauchère / 68 min / from 14 years
The film breaks a 40-year taboo and brings light to a topic that drives our most incriminating environmentally destructive crisis: exponential population growth. | on demand on our page

Enjoy your meal! (2011)

Walther Grotenhuis / 90 min / from 16 years
In "Enjoy your Meal" Grotenhuis examines the pros and cons of globalisation, the damage to people and the environment, and the reckless exploitation of the earth. |

Queen of the Sun (2010)

Taggart Siegel / 82 min / from 16 years
"Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us?“ investigates the long-term causes behind the dire global bee crisis through the eyes of biodynamic beekeepers, commercial beekeepers, scientists and philosophers. | on demand on our page

The Farmer who hears the grass growing (2010)

Bertram Verhaag / 42 min / from 16 years
At the beginning of the 80s, farmer Simml completely switched his farm to organic production, ignoring all the doubts. The film portrays his journey to a productive organic farm. | on demand on our page

Vanishing of the Bees (2009)

George Langworthy, Maryam Henein / 90 min / from 16 years
For years, billions of bees are dying without visible reason. The documentary asks, what researchers have brought in experience and if they can offer solutions. |

Humus (2009)

Wolfgang Scherz / 74 min / from 16 years
"Humus" sets off on a voyage of discovery around the world where scientific researchers demonstrate the utmost importance of humus and soil biodiversity for climate regulation. |

King Corn (2009)

Aaron Wolf / 88 min / from 14 years
"King Corn" is a film about the most heavily subsidized crop in the world and two men who uncover the truth. |

Fast Food Nation (2007)

Richard Linklater / 108 min / from 16 years
The story of a marketing boss of a fast-food chain, Mickey's. When they accidentally sell contaminated meat, he vows to investigate the scandal | to purchase on DVD

Our Daily Bread (2005)

Nikolaus Geyrhalter / 92 min / from 12 years
A silent insight into food production. The logistics of this massive chain: humans, crops, animals and machines. | to purchase on DVD

We Feed The World (2005)

Erwin Wagenhofer / 96 min / from 12 years
A film about globalization and food, fishermen, farmers, poultry, CEOs etc ... a film about scarcity amid abundance. | as free streaming at our page, to purchase on DVD

Andeer ist anders (2005)

Bertram Verhaag / 45 min / from 16 years
After Maria and Martin Bienerth took over a small alpine dairy in the picturesque village of Andeer in the canton of Graubünden, success is not long in coming. They produce their award-winning organic cheese with milk from local farms and a lot of love. | on demand on our page

Darwin's Nightmare (2004)

Hubert Sauper / 107 min / from 16 years
In the sixties, researchers introduced the Nile Perch fish into Lake Victoria in East Africa. Within three decades, the fish has eradicated nearly 400 other species of fish.. |

September Wheat (1980)

Peter Krieg / 96 min / from 16 years
Following the example of one food commodity, wheat, the film searches for the causes of hunger in a time of abundance, asking for the motives that turn wheat into a commodity and a weapon, people into victims of surplus, nature into an enemy. | as free streaming at our page