Result: 29 films

Our Planet (2019)

Adam Chapman, Sophie Lanfear, Huw Cordey, Hugh Pearson, Mandi Stark, Jeff Wilson / 49 min / from 6 years / 5.6/6
The beauty, perfection and wonders of our planet are vulnerable - Can our earth recover and the life of nature and man be preserved? | as free streaming at our page

The Serengeti Rules (2018)

Nicolas Brown / 84 min / from 16 years / 5.3/6
Five scientific stories that lead to a common discovery, fundamentally change our view of nature and give us and our planet a glimmer of hope. |

Once upon a Forest (2013)

Luc Jacquet / 78 min / from 8 years / 5/6
"Once upon a forest" is a fascinating documentary about the miraculous tree. He takes us on a magical journey to the origin of life. | to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

Intelligent Trees (2016)

Julia Dordel, Guido Tölke / 45 min / from 12 years / 4.9/6
Peter Wohlleben and Suzanne Simard have been observing and investigating the communication between trees over decades. And their findings are most astounding. | on demand on our page

Going Nuts (2019)

Yann Sochaczewski / 43 min / from 6 years / 4.7/6
The documentary is at eye level with squirrels - animals that can be seen everywhere and amuse many forest walkers with their acrobatic climbing skills. They inhabit almost all habitats and belong to one of the most successful species ever. |

Planet Earth II (2016)

Sir David Attenborough / 360 min / from 6 years / 4.7/6
David Attenborough returns in this breathtaking documentary series showcasing life on Planet Earth. | to purchase on DVD

Seasons (2015)

Jacques Perrin, Jacques Cluzaud / 93 min / from 6 years / 4.6/6
It begins as a journey through time. We discover Europe with its landscapes that humans and wildlife inhabit together since the end of the last ice age. | to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

The Salt of the Earth (2014)

Wim Wenders, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado / 106 min / from 16 years / 4.6/6
In the last 40 years the photographer Sebastião Salgado has documented on every continent the traces of civilizations and human history. | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD

Amazonia (2013)

Thierry Ragobert / 80 min / from 6 years / 3.3/6
Saï was bred in captivity. After a plane crash, the capuchin finds himself suddenly alone in the vastness of the Amazon rainforest. | to purchase on DVD

Earth From Space (2019)

Barny Revill, Justin Anderson, Paul Thompson / 200 min / from 10 years
Cameras in space tell stories about life on our planet from a whole new perspective. It reveals new discoveries, incredible colours and patterns and how quickly everything changes. |

Die Wiese (2019)

Jan Haft / 93 min / from 12 years
Nowhere is it so colourful, so varied and so beautiful as in a flowering summer meadow - and yet only 2% of it still exists. |

Treeline (2019)

Jordan Manley / 40 min / from 16 years
Trees are everywhere and the cornerstone of all life on earth. "Treeline" shows the deep connections of trees to each other and to humans. | as free streaming at our page

The Mulu Landgrab (2019)

Roman Stocker / 11 min / from 14 years
"The Mulu Land Grab" shows the resistance of local villages to the destruction of their livelihoods and links the events in Borneo to global financial flows. | as free streaming at our page

The Last Green Thread (2019)

Danny Schmidt / 17 min / from 12 years
Accompanying the three protagonists on their journey through the Everglades Headwaters, a Wildlife corridor in Florida, the short film impressively documents the threat posed to this narrow stretch of wilderness bordered by motorways and settlements. | as free streaming at our page

Das geheime Leben der Bäume (2019)

Jan Haft, Jörg Adolph / 96 min
The bestseller by Peter Wohlleben comes to the cinema as a captivating documentary: a fascinating insight into the complex coexistence of trees and a portrait of the author and forester that is as intimate as it is humorous. |

Love & Bananas (2018)

Ashley Bell / 75 min / from 14 years
A documentary about the rescue of a 70-year old blind Asian Elephant in Thailand and her 480 mile transport to freedom. |

Who Owns Nature? (2018)

Alice Agneskirchner / 97 min / from 14 years
Alice Agneskirchner's documentary poses a philosophical question: Does nature belong to man? Or the animals or the plants? Do we have the right to hunt millions of animals annually and destroy their habitat? Hunters, foresters and farmers share their opinions with the audience. |

Tawai (2017)

Bruce Parry / 71 min / from 16 years
Documentary filmmaker Bruce Parry returns to a community where he first lived when he shot the first series of BBC's Tribe: The Penan are nomadic, pre-agricultural hunters and gatherers of Borneo, whose deep relationship to their native forest is increasingly threatened by the invasion of oil and timber companies. |

The Ancient Woods (2017)

Mindaugas Survila / 85 min / from 6 years
A poetic and atypical documentary that takes the viewer with it, from the forest thicket to the wolf cave to the black stork nest, then deep into the waters of the underwater forest and back to the people at the edge of the forest. |

The Burning Land (2017)

Pablo Perez Fiedler / 62 min / from 14 years
A documentary from the burning forests of Patagonia. Who is responsible for the devastating fires? |