Result: 8 films

How to Change the World (2015)

The adventures of an eclectic group of young pioneers – who set out to stop atomic bomb tests in Alaska, and end up creating the worldwide Greenpeace movement. |

Rock-Paper-Fish (2019)

In Southern Alaska, the population of two small villages is divided into two camps when it comes to building a mine upstream. Will the mine drive the salmon, which accounts for 89% of the regional economy, out of the river? | as free streaming at our page

Going Nuts (2019)

The documentary is at eye level with squirrels - animals that can be seen everywhere and amuse many forest walkers with their acrobatic climbing skills. They inhabit almost all habitats and belong to one of the most successful species ever. |

Bear-Like (2019)

Filmmaker Roman Droux, led by bear researcher David Bittner, immerses himself in the world of bears at the far end of Alaska and returns from this journey to the wilderness with images of unique closeness and emotion. |

Losing Alaska (2018)

A captivating documentary telling the story of the people directly effected by climate change. Although their imminent faith is clearly visible, they receive barely any help moving their homes. |

The Kodiak Queen (2018)

An uplifting short documentary about a project that unites sport, art, environmentalism and science - the transformation of an old warship into an artificial reef and dive site. | as free streaming at our page

Big Miracle (2012)

"Big Miracle" tells the incredible true story of a local reporter and a Greenpeace activist, who reunite to save a family of grey whales trapped in sea ice. |

Racing Green (2011)

Follow a 400 horse powered electric racing car along the Pan-American Highway. A world record that proves that electric vehicles are ready to replace petrol cars! |