Result: 33 films

Sharkwater (2006)

Rob Stewart / 89 min / from 12 years / 5.4/6
Rob Stewart shows the extraordinary and entirely peaceful sharks in their increasingly restricted, threatened habitat. | to purchase on DVD

Racing Extinction (2015)

Louie Psihoyos / 90 min / from 14 years / 5.3/6
An unlikely team is out to give a global voice to the species living on the brink of extinction. | to purchase on DVD

The Messenger (2015)

Su Rynard / 87 min / from 12 years / 5/6
In ancient times, people watched birds' flights to predict the future. Their sensitive nature shows us today which parts of the ecosystems are out of balance and how everything is connected with everything. Great pictures, extensive research. | free for members

Planet Earth II (2016)

Sir David Attenborough / 360 min / from 6 years / 4.7/6
David Attenborough returns in this breathtaking documentary series showcasing life on Planet Earth. | to purchase on DVD

Honeyland (2019)

Ljubo Stefanov, Tamara Kotevska / 85 min / from 12 years / 4.6/6
Hatidze is the last female wild beekeeper living in unity with nature in a remote mountain region in the Balkan. The movie shows a kindhearted woman obeying the rules of age-old beekeeper tradition, but what happens if the rules get brocken? | on demand on our page, free for members

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

Oceans (2009)

Jacques Perrin, Jacques Cluzaud / 99 min / from 6 years / 4/6
From majestic whales, to shimmering shoals of herring and the most bizarrely shaped underwater creatures "Oceans" follows the inhabitants of the seas. | to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

Rise of the Eco-Warriors (2014)

Cathy Henkel / 105 min / from 12 years / 3.6/6
A group of young people spend 100 days in the jungle of Borneo. Their mission is to protect the rainforest and to protect the endangered orangutans. | to purchase on DVD

The Wild (2019)

Mark Titus / 65 min / from 14 years
"The Wild" is a race against time as the hard-won salmon and water conservation measures in Bristol Bay are suddenly dismantled and a mining company's quest is resumed. |

The Whale & The Raven (2019)

Mirjam Leuze / 101 min / from 16 years
A touching movie about the bonds between science, indigenous culture and whales with astounding pictures and acoustics. |

Die Rückkehr der Wölfe (2019)

Thomas Horat / 90 min / from 12 years
The wolf polarizes and fascinates, and it brings disorder to our system. 150 years after the wolf was exterminated in Central Europe, it is inexorably regaining its place... |

Bear-Like (2019)

Roman Droux / 91 min / from 6 years
Filmmaker Roman Droux, led by bear researcher David Bittner, immerses himself in the world of bears at the far end of Alaska and returns from this journey to the wilderness with images of unique closeness and emotion. |

The River and the Wall (2019)

Ben Masters / 109 min / from 12 years
A visually impressive adventure through the unknown wilds of the Texas borderlands and an exploration of the potential impacts of the prospective new border wall between the United States and Mexico on the natural environment. | on demand on our page

The Last Male on Earth (2019)

Floor van der Meulen / 72 min / from 14 years
A movie about the last male northern white rhino. But much more than that a movie about us humans in the face of his death and the extinction of a species. |

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch (2018)

Jennifer Baichwal, Edward Burtynsky, Nicholas de Pencier / 87 min / from 12 years
"Anthrophocene: The Human Epoch" does what the title promises and sheds light upon the creations of the era of human dominance on the planet. |

Sides Of A Horn (2018)

Toby Wosskow / 17 min / from 16 years
A short film showing both sides of the rhino poaching conflict in Africa in an emotional way. | as free streaming at our page

Insignificant (2018)

Clément Morin, Franck Courchamp / 31 min / from 13 years
A very informative, fact-based animated movie with a key message that it succeeds in conveying to the viewer trough a rigid but interesting structure: Man is, in the grand scheme of things, insignificant. He is neither independent nor the master of the universe. To survive and not destroy his surroundings he has to acknowledge this. | as free streaming at our page

Becoming Animal (2018)

Peter Mettler, Emma Davie / 78 min / from 16 years
A philosophical and meditative film that explores the relationship between language, technology and perception and shows man's primal connection through his senses to nature. | on demand on our page

Who Owns Nature? (2018)

Alice Agneskirchner / 97 min / from 14 years
Alice Agneskirchner's documentary poses a philosophical question: Does nature belong to man? Or the animals or the plants? Do we have the right to hunt millions of animals annually and destroy their habitat? Hunters, foresters and farmers share their opinions with the audience. |

Elephant Path/Njaia Njoku (2017)

Todd McGrain / 52 min / from 16 years
A touching film, which not only reports about the value of elephants for the environment and their social behaviour, but also about commitment, humanity and passion and gives an insight into the local life in Bayanga. |