Result: 41 films

Chasing Coral (2017)

Divers, photographers and scientists set out to reveal the underwater mystery to the world and to find out why coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. |

Antartica: Ice & Sky (2015)

Luc Jacquet retraces the story of scientist Claude Lorius who devoted his life to studying the Antarctic ice during numerous expeditions. | to purchase on DVD

Les moissons de futur (2012)

Marie-Monique Robin asked agronomists, economists and representatives of international organizations to sketch solution models for central questions of future food security. | as free streaming at our page, to purchase on DVD

Inventing Tomorrow (2018)

Meet passionate teenage innovators from around the globe who are creating cutting-edge solutions to confront the world’s environmental threats – found right in their own backyards – while navigating the doubts and insecurities that mark adolescence. |

Intelligent Trees (2016)

Peter Wohlleben and Suzanne Simard have been observing and investigating the communication between trees over decades. And their findings are most astounding. | on demand on our page

Vegucated (2010)

A documentary about three meat and cheese lovers New Yorkers who go vegan for six weeks. They begin to uncover the hidden sides of animal agriculture. | to purchase on DVD

Earthlings (2005)

A disquieting documentary on mankind's dependence on animals as pets, food, clothing, entertainment and scientific research. Viewer discretion advised. | on demand on our page

Collapse (2009)

A documentary about the end of oil and the consequences for humanity. | to purchase on DVD

Pandora's Promise (2013)

This controversial film tells the stories of Stone environmentalists and experts who have rethought and now are in favor of nuclear energy . |

The Last Male on Earth (2019)

A movie about the last male northern white rhino. But much more than that a movie about us humans in the face of his death and the extinction of a species. |

Living In The Future's Past (2018)

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

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch (2018)

"Anthrophocene: The Human Epoch" does what the title promises and sheds light upon the creations of the era of human dominance on the planet. |

Aquatic Cathartic (2018)

A sea voyage on which artists and researchers work together to present their knowledge to the world. | as free streaming at our page

The Fisherman and the Forest (2018)

The story of the oyster farmer Hatakeyama, who through reforestation overcomes the problem of water pollution, which has deprived him of his livelihood, and the consequences of a tsunami. | as free streaming at our page

Insignificant (2018)

A very informative, fact-based animated movie with a key message that it succeeds in conveying to the viewer trough a rigid but interesting structure: Man is, in the grand scheme of things, insignificant. He is neither independent nor the master of the universe. To survive and not destroy his surroundings he has to acknowledge this. | as free streaming at our page

Our Place On Earth (2017)

A series with 3 Episodes starts in Finland where a small town fights against an industry giant polluting their waters. In the Caribbean and in Nicaragua we meet communities trying to adapt to climate change. | as free streaming at our page

Awaiting Water (2017)

A Dutch environmental sciences-student travels to South Africa to explore the consequences of the worst drought in years. Especially the local farmers face many challenges. | as free streaming at our page

Modified (2017)

The film combines the director's affectionate portrayal of her relationship with her mother with a highly informative and penetrating treatment of the dangers of genetic engineering in agriculture and the political power of the biotech companies. | on demand on 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. |

Golden Genes (2016)

Golden Genes — part nature film, part political documentary — demonstrates the extent to which biodiversity research is not only challenging human society but also our very conception of humankind. | on demand on our page