Result: 21 films

The Fourth Revolution: Energy (2010)

Carl-A. Fechner / 83 min / from 12 years / 5.2/6
A world community whose power supply is fed from 100 percent renewable sources - accessible , affordable and clean. | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

Into Eternity (2009)

Michael Madsen / 75 min / from 14 years / 5.1/6
Large quantities of highly radioactive waste from nuclear power plants are stored in barrels which are vulnerable to disasters and climate change. | to purchase on DVD

How to Change the World (2015)

Jerry Rothwell / 69 min / from 14 years / 3.9/6
The adventures of an eclectic group of young pioneers – who set out to stop atomic bomb tests in Alaska, and end up creating the worldwide Greenpeace movement. |

Journey to the Safest Place on Earth (2013)

Edgar Hagen / 111 min / from 14 years / 3.7/6
In the last 60 years, more than 350,000 tons of nuclear waste has accumulated around the world, but a permanent repository does not yet exist... |

Power to Change (2016)

Carl-A. Fechner / 94 min / from 14 years / 3.6/6
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

Pandora's Promise (2013)

Robert Stone / 87 min / from 16 years / 3.1/6
This controversial film tells the stories of Stone environmentalists and experts who have rethought and now are in favor of nuclear energy . |

Fukushima 50 (2020)

Setsurô Wakamatsu / 122 min / from 14 years
50 brave workers risk their lives and remain in the nuclear power plant after the threat of total destruction in the region due to natural disasters in Fukushima in 2011. |

Breakpoint: A Counter History of Progress (2019)

Jean-Robert Viallet / 98 min / from 16 years
The film takes a look at the consequences and mechanisms of the last 200 years of industrial capitalism. More prosperity, more consumption, how long will the earth last? |

Climate Warriors (2017)

Carl-A. Fechner / 86 min / from 16 years
As a passionate fighter for climate transition, Carl-A. Fechner is connecting people from diverse backgrounds on both sides of the Atlantic. Be inspired by a documentary on activism and energy transition. |

To the Ends of the Earth (2016)

David Lavallee / 82 min / from 14 years
"To the Ends of the Earth" brings forward the voices of those who not only denounce the rise of extreme energy use, but also envision the new world that is taking shape in its stead: a future beyond the resource pyramid, a post-growth economy. | on demand on our page

The Day the Sun Fell (2015)

Aya Domenig / 78 min / from 14 years
Following the history of her grandfather, who worked as doctor in Hiroshima after the bomb 1946, the enquiry of Aya Domenig has a turning point through Fukushima 2011. | on demand on our page

The Babushkas of Chernobyl (2015)

Holly Morris, Anne Bogart / 70 min
An affectionate portrait of a group of women who, after the 1986 Chernobyl disaster and evacuation, returned to the exclusion zone surrounding the nuclear power plant and have resided there - semi-officially, for years. |

Switch (2012)

Harry Lynch / 98 min / from 12 years
What will it really take, to transition from oil and coal, to the energies of tomorrow? "Switch" goes where no film has gone before, deep into the world's most restricted energy sites, to depoliticize competing power sources, make the technical accessible, and discover the truth of our energy future. | as free streaming at our page

Under Control (2011)

Volker Sattel / 98 min / from 14 years
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

Yellow Cake (2010)

Joachim Tschirner / 108 min / from 16 years
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

Uranium - Is It A Country (2008)

Stephanie Auth, Isabel Huber, Kerstin Schnatz / 53 min / from 16 years
The nuclear lobby praises of nuclear power as a climate savior. A spokesman for the Federal Environment Ministry explains why nuclear power will not stop climate change. | as free streaming at our page

Deadly Dust (2007)

Frieder Wagner / 92 min / from 16 years
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

Thunderbird Woman (2003)

Bertram Verhaag, Claus Biegert / 86 min / from 16 years
After graduating from Harvard, Winona LaDuke, a paternal descendant of the Ojibwe people, decided to return to her roots. She settled in the White Earth Reserve in Minnesota and has been involved in a variety of social and environmental causes ever since. | on demand on our page

The Secret and the Sacred (2001)

Claus Biegert / 58 min / from 16 years
The nuclear bomb was developed in Los Alamos in the 1940s. To this day, this place in New Mexico, where many Tewa cult sites are located, serves as the location for the Los Alamos National Laboratory research facility and is partly inaccessible to the public. | on demand on our page

Restrisiko (1988)

Bertram Verhaag / 93 min / from 16 years
The plan to build a nuclear waste treatment plant led to massive citizen protests in Bavaria in the 1980s. The situation was further fuelled by the hubris and tactless actions of the authorities. | on demand on our page