Result: 29 films

The Age of Aluminium (2014)

Aluminium meets us every day and is hardly to imagine to life without it in our modern world. This film shows the dark side of the wonderful element. From highly toxic red mud in the degradation to the dangerous long-term consequences in the use in cosmetics. | as free streaming at our page

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. |

Plastic Paradise (2013)

Midway Atoll is one of the most remote places on Earth. And yet it's become ground zero for The Great Pacific Garbage Patch. What happens to all the plastic? | on demand on our page

Reverence for Life (2011)

Since his withdrawal from industrial meat production, Karl Ludwig Schweisfurth has focused on sustainable agriculture and near-natural, species-appropriate animal husbandry on his farm. During his traditional slaughter festivals he conveys reverence for life to the visitors. | on demand on our page

No Impact Man (2009)

For one year, Colin Beavan swore off plastic, turned off his electricity, and went organic. His conclusion: no-impact living is worthwhile–richer, fuller, and more satisfying. | on demand on our page

The Story of Stuff (2007)

With more than 15 million views, "The Story of Stuff" is one of the most watched environmental clips of all time. | as free streaming at our page, for free public screenings

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

The Green Planet (1996)

The inhabitants of the green planet live in perfect harmony with nature. But from time to time, they send messengers to other planets. This time, Mila will be send to the Earth. | as free streaming at our page

Koyaanisqatsi (1982)

Drawing its title from the Hopi word meaning "life out of balance," this renowned documentary reveals how humanity has grown apart from nature. Featuring extensive footage of natural landscapes and elemental forces, the film gives way to many scenes of modern civilization and technology. Given its lack of narration and dialogue, the production makes its points solely through imagery and music, with many scenes either slowed down or sped up for dramatic effect. | as free streaming at our page