Result: 9 films

The Biggest Little Farm (2018)

John Chester / 91 min / from 12 years / 5.4/6
Captivating story of a filmmaker and a chef embarking on a new adventure. They build up a farm from scratch and have to face the challenges from mother nature. |

The Need To Grow (2018)

Rob Herring, Ryan Wirick / 96 min / from 14 years
In 60 years there will be no more agriculturally usable soil on earth. Here come the solutions for the future. | on demand on 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

Modified (2017)

Aube Giroux / 87 min / from 12 years
The film combines the director's affectionate portrayal of her relationship with her mother with a highly informative and penetrating treatment of the dangers of genetic engineering in agriculture and the political power of the biotech companies. | on demand on our page

Das System Milch (2017)

Andreas Pichler / 90 min / from 14 years
The picture of happy cows shines on almost every milk package, but reality has long since changed. | to purchase on DVD

Polyfaces (2015)

Lisa Heenan, Lisa Heenan, Isaebella Doherty / 92 min / from 16 years
Polyface Farm is led by the the World’s Most Innovative Farmer (TIME) and follows the philosophies of permaculture. |

Das liebe Rindvieh (2013)

Bertram Verhaag / 45 min / from 14 years
Three dairy farmers have been rethinking their way of farming and let their cows live species-appropriate and above all a "horned" life. | to purchase on DVD

The Chikukwa Project (2013)

Gillian Leahy / 53 min
A feel-good story from Africa which in the last 20 years has grown an incredible permaculture project in Zimbabwe. | on demand on our page

Der Ökobräu im Altmühltal (2012)

Bertram Verhaag / 45 min / from 16 years
Michael Krieger says that switching his brewery to organic production was something between stupidity and courage. But his success seems to prove him right. | on demand on our page