Result: 14 films

Antartica: Ice & Sky (2015)

Luc Jacquet / 89 min / from 16 years / 5.3/6
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

Going Nuts (2019)

Yann Sochaczewski / 43 min / from 6 years / 4.7/6
The documentary is at eye level with squirrels - animals that can be seen everywhere and amuse many forest walkers with their acrobatic climbing skills. They inhabit almost all habitats and belong to one of the most successful species ever. |

Seasons (2015)

Jacques Perrin, Jacques Cluzaud / 93 min / from 6 years / 4.6/6
It begins as a journey through time. We discover Europe with its landscapes that humans and wildlife inhabit together since the end of the last ice age. | to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

Steps (2013)

Philipp Eyer, Stephan Hermann, Ride Greener, Coupedoeil, Sten Smola / 52 min / from 10 years / 4.2/6
Ride Greener dives into the world of various people who are connected by their deep relationship with the mountains. | as free streaming at our page

Gaming the Real World (2016)

Anders Eklund / 72 min / from 14 years / 3.5/6
Can video games change the world? Witness the democratization of city planning and how game developers are inviting the gaming community to participate in the urbanization discussion. |

Treeline (2019)

Jordan Manley / 40 min / from 16 years
Trees are everywhere and the cornerstone of all life on earth. "Treeline" shows the deep connections of trees to each other and to humans. | as free streaming at our page

Losing Alaska (2018)

Tom Burke / 81 min / from 16 years
A captivating documentary telling the story of the people directly effected by climate change. Although their imminent faith is clearly visible, they receive barely any help moving their homes. |

The Last Mountain Caribou (2017)

Bryce Comer / 43 min / from 12 years
Bryce Comer a carpenter embarks on a quest to find and film mountain caribous. He documents his efforts and struggles along the way. He tells us about the balance in the local ecosystem and the destabilization human impact is causing. | as free streaming at our page

Unsere Wälder (2017)

Petra Höfer, Freddie Röckenhaus / 130 min / from 9 years
In three episodes, the amazing processes in our forests are brought closer to us. | as free streaming at our page

The March of the Penguins 2: The Call (2016)

Luc Jacquet / 82 min / from 4 years
A young penguin is about to embark on his first journey, following the mysterious call that compels every penguin, to set out for an unknown destination. | to purchase on DVD

The Fox and the Child (2007)

Luc Jacquet / 92 min / from 8 years
An visually captivating story of a girl and her relationship to wildlife. | to purchase on DVD

Der Bauer mit den Regenwürmern (2007)

Bertram Verhaag / 45 min / from 16 years
In the 1980s, Sepp and Irene Braun switched to organic farming. A positive consequence of this is that their fields are home to about 25 times more earthworms than conventionally cultivated fields and provide unbeatable soil quality. | on demand on our page

March of the Penguins (2005)

Luc Jacquet / 82 min / from 6 years
"The March of the Penguins" presents the exceptional life cycle of Emperor penguins in one of the loneliest and most inhospitable places on the planet. | to purchase on DVD

September Wheat (1980)

Peter Krieg / 96 min / from 16 years
Following the example of one food commodity, wheat, the film searches for the causes of hunger in a time of abundance, asking for the motives that turn wheat into a commodity and a weapon, people into victims of surplus, nature into an enemy. | as free streaming at our page