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Warum unterstützt die Post das «Filme für die Erde»-Festival? Weil sie sich für eine nachhaltige Gesellschaft einsetzt. Als grösstes Logistikunternehmen der Schweiz mit fast 60’000 Mitarbeitenden glaub...

“The Wild Pacific” by Michael Watchulonis (2016)

The film takes us to the vast underwater world of the pacific. We learn about the secret survival technics and complex relationships within this gigantic ecosystem. But the life in the pacific is under thr...

“Lost Springs” by Matt Keene (2018)

A group of people go on a trip to visit springs in Florida. These springs are only accessible for three months because they usually are flooded with water from a dam. The group approaches the springs in artis...

“Kings of Baja” by Michael Watchulonis (2014)

Baja is an area on the west coast of Mexico. Its mostly desert and home to one of the most diverse seas on planet earth - the sea of Cortez. The documentary shows us the vast marine live in stunning 4k resolut...

“Those Who Sow” by Pierre Fromentin (2014)

The film takes us to five different countries around the world showing us their respective family farms. Land use, distribution technics and market mechanisms get shown and explained why they turned out the wa...

“Living Soil” by Chelsea Wright (2018)

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 established and preserved through pra...

“Sumatra’s Last Tiger” by Harun Rahman (2010)

The movie takes us to a protected area in Sumatra which is also a reservoir for the sumatran tiger. There are plans tho release tigers that have killed man in the past. This process is not easy and many challe...

“A Plastic Wave” by James Roberts (2018)

When the passionate surfer Dave Muir realizes that he is finding more and more plastic at home on the beach, he is worried. He decides to find out where this plastic problem comes from and what can be done abo...