Result: 16 films

10 Billion (2015)

Valentin Thurn / 106 min / from 12 years / 4.9/6
10 Billion: What's on your plate? Fascinating documentary from the director of "Taste the Waste" about food, agriculture and how to feed an ever growing population. | to purchase on DVD

The Future of Food (2004)

Deborah Koons Garcia / 88 min / from 16 years / 4.6/6
Food determines our lives and affects our health. But where does it come from, under what circumstances did it originate? | to purchase on DVD

Food, Inc. (2008)

Robert Kenner / 93 min / from 16 years / 4.5/6
"FOOD, INC." shows how a handful of corporations determine what we eat and how little we know about our food. | to purchase on DVD

Modified (2017)

Aube Giroux / 87 min / from 12 years
The film combines the director's affectionate portrayal of her relationship with her mother with a highly informative and penetrating treatment of the dangers of genetic engineering in agriculture and the political power of the biotech companies. | on demand on our page

Vorsicht Gentechnik? (2016)

Frédéric Castaignède / 100 min
Is genetic engineering a curse or blessing? | as free streaming at our page

The Agricultural Trader (2011)

Bertram Verhaag / 44 min / from 16 years
The story of a small family business which, with its ideologies regarding genetic engineering, has become the supplier of GMO-free feed in it's region. | on demand on our page

Scientists under Attack (2010)

Bertram Verhaag / 88 min / from 16 years
Only 5% of researchers in genetic engineering are independent. The danger is obvious. Can we trust all the scientists yet? | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD

Árpád Pusztai - Whistleblower (2010)

Bertram Verhaag / 45 min / from 16 years
When the food scientist Dr. Árpád Pusztai gave an interview on British television in August 1998 to talk about his research results on genetic engineering, his professional and private life was turned upside down from one moment to the next. | on demand on our page

Vandana Shiva - Seeds and Seed Multinationals (2010)

Bertram Verhaag / 58 min / from 16 years
Monsanto has been supplying India with GT cotton since 2002, leading to ever poorer harvests and even more spendings for local farmers. Vandana Shiva is fighting to preserve biodiversity against the gentech-giant from the West. | on demand on our page

Monster Salmon (2010)

Bertram Verhaag, Gabriele Kröber / 33 min / from 16 years
The company AquaBounty Technologies wants to turn fish farming upside down with its genetically modified salmon, which can grow six times as big as conventional wild salmon. What dangers does this approach entail? | on demand on our page

Der Achte Schöpfungstag (2010)

Bertram Verhaag / 60 min / from 16 years
In Bavaria, farmers and consumers have joined forces to advocate GM-free agriculture. People are of the opinion that it is time for the Church to take a clear stand on this issue. | on demand on our page

Percy Schmeiser - David versus Monsanto (2009)

Bertram Verhaag / 65 min / from 16 years
When a massive biotech company tries to sue a farmer because some of their genetically modified seeds have blown into his backyard, a fight is on between big business and the little guy about who owns nature. | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD

King Corn (2009)

Aaron Wolf / 88 min / from 14 years
"King Corn" is a film about the most heavily subsidized crop in the world and two men who uncover the truth. |

Der Ährenmann (2003)

Bertram Verhaag / 45 min / from 16 years
As a plant breeder Eckart Irion relies on the ancient method of selection. He develops new rye, wheat and oat varieties without the use of modern laboratory methods. | on demand on our page

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

Killing Seeds (2001)

Bertram Verhaag, Kai Krüger / 45 min / from 16 years
To enforce the genetic engineering, the chemical multinationals have swallowed up almost all the major plant breeders. Genetic engineering promotes the sales of chemicals. | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD