Result: 7 films

10 Billion (2015)

Valentin Thurn / 106 min / from 12 years / 4.9/6
10 Billion: What's on your plate? Fascinating documentary from the director of "Taste the Waste" about food, agriculture and how to feed an ever growing population. | to purchase on DVD

Growing Cities (2013)

Dan Susman, Andrew Monbouquette / 92 min / from 14 years / 4.5/6
Across the United States, Dan and Andrew meet dreamers, teachers and activists who challenge how today food is planted and distributed. |

Living Soil (2018)

Chelsea Wright / 60 min / from 16 years
Soil is a resource of inestimable value. Due to intensive cultivation, soil quality has deteriorated alarmingly in many places. "Living Soil" shows that soil health can be reestablished and preserved through practices which are both effective and simple. | as free streaming at our page

How is the city filled? (2017)

Irja Martens / 52 min / from 12 years
"Wie wird die Stadt satt?" shows the global struggle for the food markets of the future. Where will we grow our food in the future? And what are the consequences for rural areas and the border areas of cities? Do we need to change our diet and strengthen rural economic cycles again? Or is it too late for that? These questions are at the heart of the 52-minute documentary. | on demand on our page

The Rise of Vertical Farming (2017)

Geert Rozinga / 47 min / from 16 years
Right now our food chain is tied to water wastage, erosion, scandal and the long distance transportation of food. Can agriculture be brought back into the city? Vertical farming might be the solution for the looming food security crisis. | as free streaming at our page

Sustainable (2016)

Matt Wechsler / 92 min / from 12 years
Farmer Marty Travis watches his land and community fall victim to the pressures of agribusiness. Determined to create a proud legacy for his son, Marty transforms his profitless wasteland and pioneers the sustainable food movement in Chicago. |

Singapore: Biophilic City (2012)

Peter Newman / 44 min
How can cities be biophilic and a habitat for humans, flora and fauna alike? Singapore sets an example. | as free streaming at our page