Result: 8 films

The Borneo Case (2016)

Erik Pauser, Dylan Williams / 78 min / from 16 years / 4.5/6
The Borneo Case tells the story of the destruction of the Borneo rainforest and the hunt for Billions of dollars filtered into offshore accounts and property portfolios around the world. | on demand on our page, free for members

Night on Earth (2020)

Peter Fison, Mateo Willis, Hannah Hoare, Ingrid Kvale, Jo Harvey, Bill Markham / 290 min / from 8 years / 4.4/6
This six-part documentary series shows the nocturnal activities of animals from the African savannah to the Arctic, from the big cities to the depths of the oceans. |

Rise of the Eco-Warriors (2014)

Cathy Henkel / 105 min / from 12 years / 3.6/6
A group of young people spend 100 days in the jungle of Borneo. Their mission is to protect the rainforest and to protect the endangered orangutans. | to purchase on DVD

Paradise War (2019)

Niklaus Hilber / 142 min / from 12 years
His courage as well as his tireless commitment and will to change make Manser one of the most famous and credible environmental activists of his time - and ultimately cost him everything. |

The Mulu Landgrab (2019)

Roman Stocker / 11 min / from 14 years
"The Mulu Land Grab" shows the resistance of local villages to the destruction of their livelihoods and links the events in Borneo to global financial flows. | as free streaming at our page

Tawai (2017)

Bruce Parry / 71 min / from 16 years
Documentary filmmaker Bruce Parry returns to a community where he first lived when he shot the first series of BBC's Tribe: The Penan are nomadic, pre-agricultural hunters and gatherers of Borneo, whose deep relationship to their native forest is increasingly threatened by the invasion of oil and timber companies. |

Bé' Jam Bé (2017)

Caroline Parietti, Cyprien Ponson / 85 min / from 16 years
Deep in the rainforest of Borneo, in the shade of the big trees, the Penan fight against the powerful international timber companies. |

Bruno Manser - Laki Penan (2007)

Christoph Kühn / 94 min / from 12 years
By taking us to the site of Manser's work in the jungle of Sarawak, we not only get to know Bruno Manser as a Person, but also the Penan, among whom he lived and who tell us first-hand about their encounter with him. | as free streaming at our page