Result: 43 films

Addicted to Plastic (2008)

The document suggests ways of reusing plastics, improving biodegradability and use of hazardous substances. | as free streaming at our page

10 Billion (2015)

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)

Food determines our lives and affects our health. But where does it come from, under what circumstances did it originate? | to purchase on DVD

Zartbitter (2012)

How can the impoverished farmers in Ghana are involved in the profit of the booming cocoa business? The Ghanaian - Swiss Yayra Glover has a vision... | to purchase on DVD

The Farmer and his Prince (2014)

The film shows Prince Charles, who has the vision to feed the world organically and to heal the tortured nature though better ways of farming. | to purchase on DVD

Code of Survival (2016)

The film explores poisons such as Roundup and the ways in which they have seeped into our lives: although Germany is virtually GM-free, glyphosate can now be detected in all of our bodies. Using powerful images, the film explains how the large-scale application of poison is destroying soil biology, causing a global drop in soil fertility. | to purchase on DVD

Think Global, Act Rural (2010)

The director Coline Serreau shows people who fight against the fact that our soils are being poisoned by chemical fertilizers and pesticides. |

The Real Dirt on Farmer John (2005)

In the 60s, John's farm became a commune for hippies in Illinois. Despite being castigated a pariah in his community, John transforms his farm in a failing economy. | to purchase on DVD

Food Coop (2016)

Tom Boothe explores the corners of New York's most successful and social supermarket: The Park Slope Food Coop. |

Aus Liebe zum Überleben (2019)

A nice documentary for bio-enthusiasts and people interested in agriculture , which introduces us to eight courageous re-thinkers, who pursue their activities with passion and conviction. |

Normal Is Over (2019)

The environmental and societal problems we are facing today are of systemic nature. "Normal Is Over" examines how those problems have arisen, how we need to change our way of thinking and how we can create a more sustainable way of life. | on demand on our page

Das Wunder von Mals (2018)

In his film "Das Wunder von Mals" documentary filmmaker Alexander Schieber reports how a handful of painters defend themselves against pesticides and an overpowering lobby of fruit growers, farmers' federation, state government and corporations. | as free streaming at our page

Fair Traders (2018)

The documentary portrays three personalities from three generations who are implementing alternative ideas in Switzerland, Germany, Tanzania and India and are delivering on sustainability as a promise for the future. |

The Need To Grow (2018)

In 60 years there will be no more agriculturally usable soil on earth. Here come the solutions for the future. |

Setting The Bar (2018)

A film about a co-operation of several small American chocolatiers who prepare their chocolate by hand. They are looking for high quality cocoa in Peru, which besides economic advantages also benefits the environment in several ways. |

The Biggest Little Farm (2018)

Captivating story of a filmmaker and a chef embarking on a new adventure. They build up a farm from scratch and have to face the challenges from mother nature. |

Begrüne Deine Stadt (2017)

We can grow fresh vegetables, salads and herbs organically on every small area of the city - the ten short films on "Green your city" show how this works using Berlin as an example. In addition there are background information and instructions for reading and DIY. | on demand on our page

The Bullish Farmer (2017)

"The Bullish Farmer" tells the powerful story of this local hero who deserves followers around the world. |

Evolution of Organic (2017)

A informative documentary about the organic movement in the USA. From its small beginnings to its prosperous future. For certain a film tip for consumers interested in organic. |