Result: 6 films

Die Rote Linie (2019)

Karin de Miguel Wessendorf / 115 min / from 14 years / 5/6
A film about the activists and protests in the Hambach Forest, the last forest of its kind in Europe, which is to be destroyed for coal mining. "Die Rote Linie" observes, accompanies and interferes. | on demand on our page

The Human Element (2018)

Matthew Testa / 80 min / from 14 years / 4.8/6
With closeness and compassion, "The Human Element" tells how global warming is already a reality for many people and influences their everyday lives. Following the nature photographer and geoscientist James Balog, "The Human Element" combines art with science and thus appeals to our reason as well as our senses. |

Accelerate (2019)

Emma Hudson / 54 min / from 16 years
An inspiring appeal and concrete instructions: Accelerate climate protection! | as free streaming at our page

Zwischen Kohle und Klima (2018)

Johanna Jaurich / 29 min / from 12 years
What does the future look like without coal in Germany? The film presents three people, three perspectives, three answers to the same question. It thus creates sympathy and conveys the belief in the possibility of constructive dialogue. |

La Buena Vida - The Good Life (2015)

Jens Schanze / 97 min / from 14 years
A Colombian village will be relocated by Coal for Europe because they live on valuable coal deposits. How can they defend their ancestral lands from mining pollution? |

Thunderbird Woman (2003)

Bertram Verhaag, Claus Biegert / 86 min / from 16 years
After graduating from Harvard, Winona LaDuke, a paternal descendant of the Ojibwe people, decided to return to her roots. She settled in the White Earth Reserve in Minnesota and has been involved in a variety of social and environmental causes ever since. | on demand on our page