Result: 22 films

A Plastic Ocean (2016)

A team of adventurers and researchers on an expedition around the globe delves into the unknown lurking beneath our seemingly pristine and remote waters. | on demand on our page

The Clean Bin Project (2010)

Described as An Inconvenient Truth meets Super Size Me, "The Clean Bin Project" features laugh out loud moments, stop motion animations, and unforgettable imagery. | on demand on our page

Addicted to Plastic (2008)

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

Plastic Planet (2009)

Director Werner Boote investigates plastic pollution world wide and uncovers some astounding discoveries. | to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

Bag It! (2012)

Beginning with plastic bags, this documentary developed into an investigation with respect to plastic and the impact on waterways, oceans and our bodies. |

Tapped (2009)

Is access to clean drinking water a fundamental right or a commodity that can be bought and sold like any other consumer good? | on demand on our page, as free streaming at our page, to purchase on DVD

Recipes for Disaster (2008)

The Webster family is on a oil diet: a funny, entertaining and instructive film on the carbon dioxide intensive habits in everyday life. | to purchase on DVD

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

Earth's Ekko (2019)

A beautifully made film that explains to children in a very clear way the problems with plastic, shows how to solve them and motivates children to deal with it properly. | as free streaming at our page

A Plastic Surgery: Coca-Cola’s Hidden Secrets (2018)

The film examines Coca Cola's marketing strategies and finds that their promises are as sweet as their products. | as free streaming at our page

Living In The Future's Past (2018)

Susan Kucera's film presents hugely important ideas - with the voice of the "Dude", Jeff Bridges. |

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. |

A Plastic Wave (2018)

When passionate surfer Dave Muir realizes that he is finding more and more plastic at home on the beach, he is worried. He decides to find out where this plastic problem comes from and what can be done about it. | as free streaming at our page

Straws (2017)

"Straws" is a short documentary about the pollution caused by plastic straws and how each of us can help make a difference. | on demand on our page

Plastic China (2016)

Following these families’ daily lives, "Plastic China" explores how this work of recycling plastic waste with their bare hands takes a toll not only on their health, but also their own dilemma of poverty, disease, pollution and death. All of this to eek out a daily living. But "Plastic China" also unveils the true face of China. |

Oceans: The Mystery of the Missing Plastic (2016)

If only 1% of plastic in the ocean is visible to us, do we really have any idea of the scale of the problem? Plastic has entered the food chain and now we will live with the consequences. |

Anthropocene (2015)

For anybody not familiar with the term, this film presents a compelling introduction to the Anthropocene and valuable insights into human's influence on our environment. |

Albatross (2013)

On a tiny island in the heart of the Pacific, a story is taking place that may change the way you see everything. | as free streaming at our page, for free public screenings

Plastic Paradise (2013)

Midway Atoll is one of the most remote places on Earth. And yet it's become ground zero for The Great Pacific Garbage Patch. What happens to all the plastic? | on demand on our page

No Impact Man (2009)

For one year, Colin Beavan swore off plastic, turned off his electricity, and went organic. His conclusion: no-impact living is worthwhile–richer, fuller, and more satisfying. | on demand on our page