Result: 20 films

Blue (2017)

The ocean is our keeper, providing the fish we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink. We owe the ocean everything, how have we repaid our ocean? "Blue" is most recent ocean documentary highlighting the key issues of plastic pollution, over-fishing, climate change and habitat destruction. |

Planet Earth II (2016)

David Attenborough returns in this breathtaking documentary series showcasing life on Planet Earth. | to purchase on DVD

The Last Giants (2010)

In the strait of Gibraltar, Swiss designer Katharina Heyer is fighting a relentless struggle to protect the last giants of the sea. | to purchase on DVD

Blue Heart (2018)

What would you do to protect the last healthy rivers in your own backyard? The film Blue Heart shows local activists in the Balkans fighting to save their rivers— the last pristine, free-flowing river systems in Europe and home of the balkan lynx... | as free streaming at our page, for free public screenings

Cowspiracy (2014)

We eat the planet broken - "Cowspiracy" shows the strong influence of the consumption of animal products on the climate. | as free streaming at our page, to purchase on DVD

The Green Planet (2012)

"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

Amazonia (2013)

Saï was bred in captivity. After a plane crash, the capuchin finds himself suddenly alone in the vastness of the Amazon rainforest. | to purchase on DVD

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. |

Saving the Dark (2018)

A documentary on the need to preserve dark night skies and what we can do to combat light pollution. |

The Mystery Of The Gnaraloo Sea Turtles (2018)

A breakthrough documentary made at Gnaraloo about the "Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program" and the first ever satellite tracking of loggerhead females that nest on the Gnaraloo coastline. | on demand on our page, as free streaming at our page

The Plastic Cup (2018)

How can one cope with a never-ending flood of plastic waste? The plastic pirates in Hungary have developed their own somewhat unconventional approach to this issue and are inspiring more and more people. |

To The Journey’s End (2017)

Possibly for the first time, the life-long struggle of the Atlantic salmon documented on film... | as free streaming at our page

Before the Flood (2016)

A look at the causes and effects of climate change and the power of society to prevent the demise of endangered species, ecosystems and native communities across the planet. |

Planet Earth II VR (2016)

This VR-Series offers a look behind the scenes of the groundbreaking Series "Planet Earth II". For every Episode of the Original there is a short VR experience diving even deeper into the topic of the episode. | as free streaming at our page

Qu'est-ce qu'on attend ? (2016)

Wer hätte gedacht, dass die weltweit beste Stadt im Wandel eine kleine französische Gemeinde ist? "Qu’est ce qu’on attend ?" erzählt, wie sich eine kleine Stadt im Elsass mit 2'200 Einwohnern den Schritt weg vom Erdöl zutraute und entschied, seinen ökologischen Fussabdruck zu verringern. |

Dusk Chorus (2016)

David Monacchi sets himself the mission of saving the sound heritage of the rain forest by recording it. |

Hometown Habitat (2016)

"Hometown Habitat, Stories of Bringing Nature Home", a 90-minute environmental, education documentary focused on showing how and why native plants are critical to the survival and vitality of local ecosystems. |

Vive solo chi si muove! (2015)

The film shows the creation of nature corridors and other habitats that facilitate the survival of local wildlife. | as free streaming at our page

Losing Tomorrow (2005)

Patrick Rouxel's accurate and honest film about the state of deforestation in Indonesia. | as free streaming at our page