Result: 31 films

Taking Root (2008)

A documentary about the dramatic story of Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai whose simple act of planting trees became Kenya's Green Belt Movement. | on demand on our page, as free streaming at our page, 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

Bittere Ernte (2017)

The film is on the trail of a humanitarian catastrophe that affects about half of the world's population: the end of agriculture as we know it. |

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. |

Earth (2019)

Nikolaus Geyrhalter observes people in mines, quarries and construction sites in their constant struggle to appropriate the planet. |

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. |

Farmer’s Footprint (2019)

The Breitkreuz family dares to make a change towards regenerative cultivation. They discover the financial and health benefits as well as the challenges involved. | as free streaming at our page

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. |

Green Warriors (2018)

In Johannesburg, sand dunes contaminated with heavy metals threaten the health of the population. |

Dirt Rich (2018)

Earth dwellers, scientists, agronomists, smallholders and activists show how they can help the natural and indispensable structures of an ecosystem to get back on their feet. Will we acknowledge that our choice is matter because everything on this planet is connected? | on demand on our page

Living Soil (2018)

Soil is a resource of inestimable value. Due to intensive cultivation, soil quality has deteriorated alarmingly in many places. "Living Soil" shows that soil health can be reestablished and preserved through practices which are both effective and simple. | as free streaming at our page

Wild Relatives (2017)

What connects Lebanon, Syria and Norway? Would it be a surprise to be told that the future of the human race potentially relies on this connection? |

The Bullish Farmer (2017)

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

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. |

Roundup, der Prozess (2017)

Following on from her 2008 investigative documentary "The World according to Monsanto", the filmmaker Marie-Monique Robin shows in her new film that Roundup® is even more dangerous than hitherto feared. | as free streaming at our page

Futur d'Espoir (2016)

The 17-year-old Guillaume Thébault asks intelligent questions and discovers what happens in today's farming, what works or not. |

Unbroken Ground (2016)

Industrial agriculture with its heavy reliance on pesticides and synthetic fertilizers is far from natural. However, there are people who dedicate themselves to a more sustainable approach to food production. | as free streaming at our page

Polyfaces (2015)

Polyface Farm is led by the the World’s Most Innovative Farmer (TIME) and follows the philosophies of permaculture. |