Result: 20 films

More Than Honey (2012)

More than a third of our food depends on pollination by bees and other insects. Spectacular footage and critical insights... | to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

Die 4. Revolution - Energy Autonomy (2010)

A world community whose power supply is fed from 100 percent renewable sources - accessible , affordable and clean. | to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

Frisch auf den Müll (2010)

More than half of our food ends up in the garbage. The film goes on the search for the causes - in supermarkets, bakeries and large markets. | to purchase on DVD

Code of Survival (2016)

The film explores poisons such as Roundup and the ways in which they have seeped into our lives: although Germany is virtually GM-free, glyphosate can now be detected in all of our bodies. Using powerful images, the film explains how the large-scale application of poison is destroying soil biology, causing a global drop in soil fertility. | to purchase on DVD

Power to Change (2016)

POWER TO CHANGE – The Energy Rebells: Activists, Entrepreneurs, Doubters and Critics and their daily fight on worldwide stage.. | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD

The Green Planet (2012)

"The Green Planet" is a spectacular journey through the most famous, most beautiful and diverse natural habitat, the forest. | to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

Aus Liebe zum Überleben (2019)

A nice documentary for bio-enthusiasts and people interested in agriculture , which introduces us to eight courageous re-thinkers, who pursue their activities with passion and conviction. |

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch (2018)

"Anthrophocene: The Human Epoch" does what the title promises and sheds light upon the creations of the era of human dominance on the planet. |

Tomorrow's Power (2017)

Local activists in Gaza, Germany, and Colombia challenge fossil-fuel dependency and power structures in a struggle for social and climate justice. |

The End of Meat (2017)

In his documentary The End of Meat, Marc Pierschel explores the future possibility of a vegan world without meat consumption. |

Spaceship Earth (2016)

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

Golden Genes (2016)

Golden Genes — part nature film, part political documentary — demonstrates the extent to which biodiversity research is not only challenging human society but also our very conception of humankind. | on demand on our page

La Buena Vida - The Good Life (2015)

A Colombian village will be relocated by Coal for Europe because they live on valuable coal deposits. How can they defend their ancestral lands from mining pollution? |

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. |

Der Ökobräu im Altmühltal (2012)

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

Under Control (2011)

The dream of clean nuclear power is over, faith in technical progress shaken. What happens behind the walls of nuclear power plants? | as free streaming at our page

The Farmer who hears the grass growing (2010)

At the beginning of the 80s, farmer Simml completely switched his farm to organic production, ignoring all the doubts. The film portrays his journey to a productive organic farm. | on demand on our page

Yellow Cake (2010)

Uranium mining, the first link in the chain of nuclear development, has managed again and again to keep itself out of the public eye. A web of propaganda, disinformation and lies covers its sixty-five-year history. | as free streaming at our page

Deadly Dust (2007)

A film about war crimes: the use of highly toxic uranium munitions in Iraq, the war in Bosnia and Kosovo and the consequences thereof. | as free streaming at our page

Nuclear Split (1987)

Splitting processes do not only happen in the WAA. Its expansion policy divides society and forces citizens to become politically active. | on demand on our page