Result: 21 films

Seasons (2015)

It begins as a journey through time. We discover Europe with its landscapes that humans and wildlife inhabit together since the end of the last ice age. | to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

Waste Land (2010)

Lucy Walker accompanies the artist in his work with the people from Jardim Gramacho, the life of rifling through the garbage for recycling material. | to purchase on DVD

Elemental (2012)

Three individuals united by their deep connection with nature are driven to confront some of the most pressing ecological challenges of our time. | on demand on our page

The Whale & The Raven (2019)

A touching movie about the bonds between science, indigenous culture and whales with astounding pictures and acoustics. |

Fools & Dreamers (2019)

This documentary shows us nature's incredible ability to regenerate if we just leave it to itself. Hugh Wilson's enthusiasm for nature and his work is infectious. | as free streaming at our page

Wilde Nächte (2018)

Every evening when the sun goes down our cities and villages come to life. Without us noticing, foxes, martens and owls are leaving their hiding places and take over our streets, gardens and cars. |

Poisoning Paradise (2017)

Journey to the seemingly idyllic world of Native Hawaiians, where communities are surrounded by experimental test sites and pesticides sprayed upwind of their neighborhoods. "Poisoning Paradise" details the ongoing struggle to advance bold new legislation governing the fate of their island home. |

AWAKE (2017)

"AWAKE, A Dream from Standing Rock" captures the story of the Native-led defiance that forever changed the fight against for clean water, our environment and the future of our planet. | on demand on our page

Island Earth (2017)

How are we going to feed the world without destroying the planet we live on? "Island Earth" ist a rich and complex tale of a young indigenous scientist's journey through the corn fields of GMO companies and loi patches of traditional Hawaiian elders reveals modern truths and ancient values that can save our food future. |

Yasuni Man (2016)

A real-life Avatar tale from the Ecuadorian Amazon. Discover the Huaorani tribe living on top of one of Ecuador's largest oil reserves and witness their battle to save their way of life. |

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. |

A Dangerous Game (2014)

How land developer Donald Trump, uses golf as an excuse to build corrupt luxurious resorts on the expense of the locals and their ecosystem. | on demand on our page

Seeds of Time (2013)

Seeds of time follows the agriculture pioneer Cary Fowler on his global journey to save the eroding foundation of our food supply in a new era of climate change. | on demand on our page

If A Tree Falls (2011)

A rare behind-the-curtain look at the Earth Liberation Front, the radical environmental group that the FBI calls America's 'number one domestic terrorist threat.' |

Der Achte Schöpfungstag (2010)

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

The Fox and the Child (2007)

An visually captivating story of a girl and her relationship to wildlife. | to purchase on DVD

Losing Tomorrow (2005)

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

Darwin's Nightmare (2004)

In the sixties, researchers introduced the Nile Perch fish into Lake Victoria in East Africa. Within three decades, the fish has eradicated nearly 400 other species of fish.. |

Der Ährenmann (2003)

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)

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