Filmtipp: Artifishal

Wenn die Lösung verhindert, dass das Problem gelöst wird, ist die Lösung dann das Problem? Der neue Film von Patagonia zeigt aus verschiedenen Perspektiven, wie Fischfarmen und -aufzuchtanlagen weltweit di...

“The Whale & The Raven” by Mirjam Leuze (2019)

A remote island in the Pacific, populated by wolves, ravens and two whale researchers. A small town with the promise of a second industrial boom. A First Nation village, torn between the wish to protect its te...

“The Serengeti Rules” by Nicolas Brown (2018)

Five scientific stories that lead to a common discovery, fundamentally change our view of nature and gives our planet and us a glimmer of hope: "The Serengeti Rules" discover the enormous impact of keystone...

“Our Planet” by David Attenborough (2019)

"Our Planet" creates awareness and appreciation for the connection and importance between all elements and species of our planet. The beauty, perfection and wonders of our planet are vulnerable - Can our ea...

“Dirt Rich” by Marcelina Gravat (2018)

"Dirt Rich" accompanies earth dwellers, scientists, agronomists, smallholders and activists on their mission to help the natural and indispensable structures of an ecosystem to get back on their feet. Will we ...

“Artifishal” by Josh Murphy (2019)

"Artifishal" is a film about people, rivers and the fight for the future of wild fish and their natural environment.An exploration of wild salmon's slide toward extinction, of threats posed by fish hatcheries ...

Filmtipp: Blue Heart

„Blue Heart“ - David gegen Goliath, oder was können engagierte Menschen zusammen alles erreichen? Einige der letzten wilden Flüsse der Erde – in unserer direkten Nachbarschaft auf dem Balkan – sind bed...

Filmische Liebeserklärung an die Artenvielfalt

Wir danken ganz herzlich für diesen Gastbeitrag von Helga Fitzner, freie Journalistin aus Deutschland. "Was soll man noch machen, wenn eigentlich schon alles recherchiert, erklärt und gefordert ist, sich ab...

“Grit” by Sasha Friedlander (2018)

#WatchNow!Outstanding and moving documentation of an environmental scandal in Indonesia. "Grit" is a very moving film about human potential that wonderfully complements the current debate about young female...

“Earth” by Nikolaus Geyrhalter (2019)

Every day 60 mio tons of surface soil are moved by rivers, wind and other forces of nature. Humans move 156 mio tons of rock and soil per day, making humankind the most decisive geological factor of our time. ...

“The Bullish Farmer” by Ken Marsolais (2017)

… creates awareness for the importance/benefits of organic, responsible farming. Johns positive, open and humorous personality and his past leaving his position at Wall Street motivates to reflect on ones ...

“Green Warriors” by Martin Boudot (2018)

Based on an investigative television program on health issues in South Africa connected to toxic waste from gold mining companies, "Green warriors" could lead to viewers rethinking the value of gold in the con...

“Wild Relatives” by Jumana Manna (2018)

Beautifully filmed documentary in which the viewer has to use his imagination to correctly understand the loosely linked scenes. However, a little more background information and context would have done th...

“Energy Pioneers” by Samuel Stefan (2018)

A nice and interesting look into the life of courageous pioneers in the area of energy innovations. Ups and downs, challenges and successes show the courage and spirit needed to change the energy system of...

“Soyalism” by Stefano Liberti (2018)

... puts a light on how pork meat is globally raised with soya - controlled by 5 western and Chinese companies in the world - exploiting natural and social resources. A nice movie for reflecting eating hab...