Result: 17 films

Manufactured Landscapes (2006)

Jennifer Baiwchal / 86 min / from 6 years / 4.4/6
A journey through China photographing the massive industrial revolution in this country, Edward Burtynsky presents his art of man-made landscapes. | to purchase on DVD

Gaming the Real World (2016)

Anders Eklund / 72 min / from 14 years / 3.5/6
Can video games change the world? Witness the democratization of city planning and how game developers are inviting the gaming community to participate in the urbanization discussion. |

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

Begrüne Deine Stadt (2017)

Iria Martens / 23 min / from 8 years
We can grow fresh vegetables, salads and herbs organically on every small area of the city - the ten short films on "Green your city" show how this works using Berlin as an example. In addition there are background information and instructions for reading and DIY. | on demand on our page

How is the city filled? (2017)

Irja Martens / 52 min / from 12 years
"Wie wird die Stadt satt?" shows the global struggle for the food markets of the future. Where will we grow our food in the future? And what are the consequences for rural areas and the border areas of cities? Do we need to change our diet and strengthen rural economic cycles again? Or is it too late for that? These questions are at the heart of the 52-minute documentary. | on demand on our page

The Rise of Vertical Farming (2017)

Geert Rozinga / 47 min / from 16 years
Right now our food chain is tied to water wastage, erosion, scandal and the long distance transportation of food. Can agriculture be brought back into the city? Vertical farming might be the solution for the looming food security crisis. | as free streaming at our page

The New Wild (2017)

Christopher Thomson / 68 min / from 16 years
In an abandoned valley, one village's precarious attempt to survive offers a series of reflections on our changing relationship with the countryside and as such with the natural world itself. |

Why We Cycle (2017)

Arne Gielen, Gertjan Hulster / 56 min / from 12 years
A movie about the effects of cycling on people's psyche and health, on urban planning and on the environment using the Netherlands, the cycling nation par excellence, as an example. |

You`ll be soon be here (2016)

Fabio Petronilli / 37 min / from 16 years
A case-study project discussing a topic of great actuality and urgency in todays touristic cities and shining a light on pros and cons of tourism in Lisbon. | as free streaming at our page

Hometown Habitat (2016)

Catherine Zimmerman / 90 min / from 14 years
"Hometown Habitat, Stories of Bringing Nature Home", a 90-minute environmental, education documentary focused on showing how and why native plants are critical to the survival and vitality of local ecosystems. |

Singapore: Biophilic City (2012)

Peter Newman / 44 min
How can cities be biophilic and a habitat for humans, flora and fauna alike? Singapore sets an example. | as free streaming at our page

The Human Scale (2012)

Andreas Dalsgaard / 83 min / from 16 years
Life in a megacity is both enchanting and problematic. This movie explores how cities can be transformed into livable environments for humans. | to purchase on DVD

The Nature of Cities (2010)

Charles Davis / 39 min
How can we make better cities than ever, better workplaces, better schools... how can we immerse ourselves in nature everyday instead of thinking we have to get in an SUV and drive 50 miles? | as free streaming at our page

First Earth (2010)

David Sheen / 90 min / from 16 years
Using earth as a building material is an ancient tradition as well as a solution to many problems inherent to modern architecture. After watching this movie you'll want to build a cobhouse yourself! | as free streaming at our page

Sprawling from Grace (2008)

David M. Edwards / 82 min / from 16 years
Addicted to mobility the US is facing challenges as we come to "peak oil". Possible solutions may lie in investing in public transport and changing the way we develop cities. |

Curitiba (2008)

Jörg Pibal, Paul Romauch / 44 min / from 12 years
The megacity Curitiba in Brazil inspires with its pioneering role in social, ecological and economical sustainability throughout Latin America and beyond. |

The End of Suburbia (2004)

Gregory Greene / 78 min / from 16 years
Documentary about Peak Oil and incorrect use of resources, and how American suburbs are developing in spite of increasingly expensive oil. | as free streaming at our page