Result: 10 films

The Clean Bin Project (2010)

Described as An Inconvenient Truth meets Super Size Me, "The Clean Bin Project" features laugh out loud moments, stop motion animations, and unforgettable imagery. | on demand on our page

Waste Land (2010)

Lucy Walker accompanies the artist in his work with the people from Jardim Gramacho, the life of rifling through the garbage for recycling material. | to purchase on DVD

Salvage (2019)

In Yellowknife, a city in Canada, a visit to the garbage dump is part of the weekly routine. The film shows us their world and their view of today's consumer society. |

UseLess (2018)

How do we manage to reduce food and clothing waste? A film that encourages us to tackle these problems. |

A Plastic Surgery: Coca-Cola’s Hidden Secrets (2018)

The film examines Coca Cola's marketing strategies and finds that their promises are as sweet as their products. | as free streaming at our page

Plastic China (2016)

Following these families’ daily lives, "Plastic China" explores how this work of recycling plastic waste with their bare hands takes a toll not only on their health, but also their own dilemma of poverty, disease, pollution and death. All of this to eek out a daily living. But "Plastic China" also unveils the true face of China. |

The E-Waste Tragedy (2014)

Every year, up to 50 million tons of discarded electrics turn up in the Third World. The majority of it is dumped illegally. This film takes you on a global journey to uncover the secrets of e-waste. |

Racing to Zero (2014)

A documentary that explores San Francisco's new ways to solve the global waste problem after the city committed itself to stop producing waste by 2020. | on demand on our page

Life in Plastic... (2008)

"Life in Plastic..." examines the countless problems that plastic, which has long been regarded as a miracle material, brings with it, and shows which solutions could be used to minimize the negative effects on the environment. | on demand on our page

Waste = Food (2007)

Waste production worldwide is enormous. But the cradle to cradle concept argues that products should be either completely recyclable or biodegradable. | as free streaming at our page