Result: 9 films

Minimalism (2016)

Joshua Fields Millburn, Ryan Nicodemus / 78 min / from 16 years / 4.6/6
How might your life be better with less? "Minimalism: A Documentary about the Important Things" is the #1 indie documentary of 2016... | on demand on our page

Zeit für Utopien (2018)

Kurt Langbein / 98 min / from 14 years / 4.4/6
"Time for Utopias" is an inspiring filmic journey of discovery to the newcomers to a new society. | on demand on our page

Food Coop (2016)

Thomas Boothe, Maellanne Bonnicel / 97 min / from 12 years / 2.7/6
Tom Boothe explores the corners of New York's most successful and social supermarket: The Park Slope Food Coop. |

Normal Is Over (2019)

Renée Scheltema / 113 min / from 16 years
The environmental and societal problems we are facing today are of systemic nature. "Normal Is Over" examines how those problems have arisen, how we need to change our way of thinking and how we can create a more sustainable way of life. | on demand on our page

Setting The Bar (2018)

Tim Shephard / 85 min / from 14 years
A film about a co-operation of several small American chocolatiers who prepare their chocolate by hand. They are looking for high quality cocoa in Peru, which besides economic advantages also benefits the environment in several ways. |

Do Mixers go to Heaven? (2017)

Reinhard Günzler / 94 min / from 16 years
Do mixers go to Heaven is a journey to the tracks of the RG 28 and asks question on the relationship of humans to commodities. |

Evolution of Organic (2017)

Mark Kitchell / 86 min / from 16 years
A informative documentary about the organic movement in the USA. From its small beginnings to its prosperous future. For certain a film tip for consumers interested in organic. |

Weniger ist Mehr (2013)

Karin de Miguel Wessendorf / 52 min / from 14 years
The filmmaker asks: What should I change so that my lifestyle is sustainable? And what can I do without diminishing quality of life? | to purchase on DVD

Project Wild Thing (2013)

David Bond / 79 min / from 14 years
Get kids outdoor. Reconnecting with nature. That is David Bond's vision. Less television and playing videogames. Playing outdoor and enjoy nature with your kids. |