Result: 7 films

Artifishal (2019)

Josh Murphy / 80 min / from 16 years / 5.2/6
"Artifishal" is a film about people, rivers and the fight for the future of wild fish and their natural environment. | as free streaming at our page

Love Flows (2019)

Francisco Campos-Lopez / 35 min / from 16 years
Many rivers have been so heavily obstructed by man that fish migration, which plays an important role in the reproduction of numerous fish species, has been impaired or even made impossible. An ever-increasing group of committed people wants to counteract this problem. | as free streaming at our page

The Undamaged (2018)

Rožle Bregar, Matic Oblak, Miha Avguštin / 51 min / from 12 years
Environmentalism, extreme sport and travelogue are combined in this entertaining and moving documentary. A journey through five countries in a kayak on Europe's last wild rivers from Slovenia to Albania. We get to know a beautiful, little known region of Europe and its inhabitants and at the same time learn how it is threatened by countless hydropower projects. | on demand on our page

2467km (2017)

Anton Zabriskie / 56 min / from 12 years
A film team of two accompanied SUP paddler Pascal Rösler on 20 days during his journey to the Black Sea. Impressive pictures of the Isar and Danube as well as the surrounding nature were taken. In addition, many people have their say, whom the Munich native met on his journey across Europe. |

DamNation (2014)

Travis Rummel, Ben Knight / 88 min / from 12 years
From pride for dams to the awareness of their problems. | on demand on our page

Monsoon (2014)

Sturla Gunnarsson / 105 min / from 12 years
"Monsoon" is a documentary exploration of chaos, creation and faith in the land of believers. The subject is monsoon, the incomparably vast seasonal weather system that permeates and unifies the immense and varied culture of India, shaping the conditions of existence for its billion-plus inhabitants. |

Murtreiben (2011)

Bernhard Lukas / 75 min / from 8 years
A report from the river Mur, Austria. About the many people who enjoy the Mur as a sports and recreational space; Buddhists, biologists, surfers, fishermen, cyclists, hikers, boardwalkers and even a paddling pirate. | as free streaming at our page