Result: 21 films

An Inconvenient Sequel (2017)

A decade after "An Inconvenient Truth" brought climate change into the heart of popular culture comes the follow-up that shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution. | 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

Grit (2018)

In 2006, a tsunami of toxic mud destroyed the livelihoods of over 60,000 people in Indonesia. A young girl wants to bring those responsible to justice. | on demand on our page

Bananas!* ()

For the 1st time in history a US law firm represents Nicaraguan workers who have all become infertile because of pesticides on the plantations. |

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

Paris To Pittsburgh (2018)

"Paris to Pittsburgh" shows the efforts of local American communities taking a stand against climate change. Whilst their president withdraws from the Paris agreement they take the future into their own hands. | as free streaming at our page

Confluir (2018)

In the Amazon's largest tributary, 20 dams are planned, the effects of which are still unclear. A team of scientists embarks on an excursion to assess the full extent of the project. | as free streaming at our page

Eine Reise in die Unterwelt (2017)

Lignite mining in the Rheinland region threatens people, animals and nature. The film documents the resistance against RWE, as the fight against coal and for Germany's energy turnaround is far from over. | as free streaming at our page

Das System Milch (2017)

The picture of happy cows shines on almost every milk package, but reality has long since changed. | to purchase on DVD

Atlantic (2016)

Narrated by Emmy-award winning actor Brendan Gleeson, "Atlantic" follows the struggles of three fishing communities in Ireland, Norway and Newfoundland, as they battle with the oil explorers and international fishing companies for control of the resources in their waters. |

Frackman (2015)

"Frackman" is like no other Australian film. It aims to spark a broad national conversation about the risks of a headlong rush into massive fracking development. | on demand on our page

Saving Mes Aynak (2014)

Qadir Temori and his colleagues face a seemingly impossible battle against a Chinese copper mine, the Taliban and corrupt politicians to save their cultural heritage from extinction. |

Weniger ist Mehr (2013)

The filmmaker asks: What should I change so that my lifestyle is sustainable? And what can I do without diminishing quality of life? | to purchase on DVD

Promised Land (2012)

"Promised Land" is a feature film which portrays two corporate salespeople who visit a rural town in an attempt to buy drilling rights from the local residents. |

Climate Refugees (2010)

"Climate Refugees" brings to light the heart-wrenching truth of what is quickly becoming mankind's greatest challenge. |

The Cove (2009)

What Ric O'Barry discovered in the Japanese coastal town of Taiji, is inconceivable. In a secluded bay, is a dark and deadly secret. |

Who Killed The Electric Car? (2006)

A documentary about the development of electric cars in the US of the 90's. Their introduction, withdrawal and destruction after the fall of the California Clean Act. |

Naqoyqatsi (2002)

"Naqoyqatsi" chronicles the most significant event of the last five thousand years: the transition from the natural milieu, old nature, to the "new" nature, the technological milieu. |

Grenzgänger (1997)

Hans-Peter Dürr - physicist, philosopher, lateral thinker and winner of the Alternative Nobel Prize - was not a theorist who brooded in a quiet chamber. Thus, he was eager to develop a new understanding of nature that would be characterized by respect and harmony. | on demand on our page

Nuclear Split (1987)

Splitting processes do not only happen in the WAA. Its expansion policy divides society and forces citizens to become politically active. | on demand on our page