Result: 6 films

Intelligent Trees (2016)

Julia Dordel, Guido Tölke / 45 min / from 12 years / 4.9/6
Peter Wohlleben and Suzanne Simard have been observing and investigating the communication between trees over decades. And their findings are most astounding. | 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. |

Fix and Release (2017)

Scott Dobson / 15 min / from 16 years
At the Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre Dr. Carstairs and her colleagues patch up badly injured freshwater turtles in an effort to secure the survival of these fascinating, archaic creatures. | as free streaming at our page

The Last Mountain Caribou (2017)

Bryce Comer / 43 min / from 12 years
Bryce Comer a carpenter embarks on a quest to find and film mountain caribous. He documents his efforts and struggles along the way. He tells us about the balance in the local ecosystem and the destabilization human impact is causing. | as free streaming at our page

Spaceship Earth (2016)

Kevin McMahon / 122 min / from 16 years
The film takes a look at several ways of living sustainable in a world faced with the challenges of global warming. | on demand on our page

Planet Re:think (2012)

Eskil Hardt / 89 min
The film shows the incessant exploitation of our resources and the true background of this problem. | on demand on our page