Result: 551 films

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

The Green Planet (1996)

The inhabitants of the green planet live in perfect harmony with nature. But from time to time, they send messengers to other planets. This time, Mila will be send to the Earth. | as free streaming at our page

Anima Mundi (1992)

"Anima Mundi" celebrates the WWF's biodiversity campaign and creates emotions that use impressive images to make the viewer feel part of nature. | as free streaming at our page

Blue Planet (1990)

Experience 40 minutes of fantastic footage of planet Earth taken from Space! | as free streaming at our page

Restrisiko (1988)

The plan to build a nuclear waste treatment plant led to massive citizen protests in Bavaria in the 1980s. The situation was further fuelled by the hubris and tactless actions of the authorities. | on demand on our page

Powaqqatsi (1988)

An exploration of technologically developing nations and the effect the transition to Western-style modernization has had on them. |

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

The Man Who Planted Trees (1987)

An animated tale of a shepherd who single-handedly plants an entire forest. Adapted from the 1953 novel of the same name by Jean Giono. | as free streaming at our page

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984)

Nausicaä is the young princess that lives in the Valley of the Wind, she has a unique ability to understand the feelings and thoughts of the animals. |

Koyaanisqatsi (1982)

Drawing its title from the Hopi word meaning "life out of balance," this renowned documentary reveals how humanity has grown apart from nature. Featuring extensive footage of natural landscapes and elemental forces, the film gives way to many scenes of modern civilization and technology. Given its lack of narration and dialogue, the production makes its points solely through imagery and music, with many scenes either slowed down or sped up for dramatic effect. | as free streaming at our page

September Wheat (1980)

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