Result: 7 films

The Green Planet (2012)

Jan Haft / 93 min / from 8 years / 3.5/6
"The Green Planet" is a spectacular journey through the most famous, most beautiful and diverse natural habitat, the forest. | to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

Die Wiese (2019)

Jan Haft / 93 min / from 12 years
Nowhere is it so colourful, so varied and so beautiful as in a flowering summer meadow - and yet only 2% of it still exists. |

Who Owns Nature? (2018)

Alice Agneskirchner / 97 min / from 14 years
Alice Agneskirchner's documentary poses a philosophical question: Does nature belong to man? Or the animals or the plants? Do we have the right to hunt millions of animals annually and destroy their habitat? Hunters, foresters and farmers share their opinions with the audience. |

The Ancient Woods (2017)

Mindaugas Survila / 85 min / from 6 years
A poetic and atypical documentary that takes the viewer with it, from the forest thicket to the wolf cave to the black stork nest, then deep into the waters of the underwater forest and back to the people at the edge of the forest. |

The Last Mountain Caribou (2017)

Bryce Comer / 43 min / from 12 years
Bryce Comer a carpenter embarks on a quest to find and film mountain caribous. He documents his efforts and struggles along the way. He tells us about the balance in the local ecosystem and the destabilization human impact is causing. | as free streaming at our page

Forest Man (2013)

/ 16 min / from 10 years
Since the 1970's Jadav Payeng has been planting trees in order to save his island. To date he has single handedly planted a forest larger than Central Park NYC. | as free streaming at our page

The New Wilderness (2013)

Mark Verkerk, Ruben Smit / 97 min / from 6 years
The film charts the cycle of life through time, from birth through death to new life, forging a direct sensory and emotional connection with our nature. |