Result: 8 films

Les moissons de futur (2012)

Marie-Monique Robin / 90 min / from 16 years / 5/6
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

Voices of Transition (2012)

Nils Aguillar / 66 min / from 14 years / 4/6
A documentary on how we can prepare our fields and cities for the twin challenges of climate change and peak oil prices. | to purchase on DVD

Green Gold (2012)

Rob van Hattum, John D. Liu / 47 min / from 16 years / 4/6
A documentary about large-scale restoration projects in China, Africa, South America... underline the huge benefits for people and planet. | as free streaming at our page

Farmscape Ecology (2020)

Jon Bowermaster / 26 min / from 16 years
At Hudson Valley Farm, people from various disciplines are exploring how nature and agriculture can coexist to ensure sustainable development. | as free streaming at our page

Farmer’s Footprint (2019)

Nicol Ragland / 20 min / from 16 years
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

Living Soil (2018)

Chelsea Wright / 60 min / from 16 years
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

Symphony of the Soil (2012)

Deborah Koons Garcia / 103 min / from 16 years
The film examines our human relationship with soil, the use and misuse of soil in agriculture, deforestation and development. | on demand on our page

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