Nature’s wonders not visible to the naked eye are revealed in a documentary shot through a microscope lens. It shows to the viewer various kinds of plankton, a ubiquitous form of life, without which life on Earth wouldn’t exist.
The Dispossessed examines the global food crisis from the viewpoint of farmers in various countries, exploring how their situation relates to the economic crisis, rural exodus, and dwindling natural resources.
An oil spill contaminates the Brazilian coast. Capivara, an offshore oil rig worker, is evacuated back to Rio de Janeiro, where the locals remain ignorant of the incoming disaster.
The Huerta of Valencia is a privileged spot of mediterranean agriculture. One of the last farmers is Antonio Ramon. Camagroga follows his work and his daughter´s through a whole year. The film is an elegy of work, land, heritage and resistance.
What sounds can you hear in silence? How does the world of humans sound to other beings? Is it possible to create a symphony from sounds that humans are unable to hear?
The film is about the relationship of a filmmaker with the corner of his house. A new building has changed the life of the neighborhood and has also interrupted the vision he had of the Provincia hill and the Andes mountain range.
The film follows the lives of fishermen and vacationers who, through community efforts and friendly cooperation, seek to improve the otherwise deserted shores of the South Moravian reservoir Nové Mlýny, whether for a family holiday or leisurely fishing...
Economical with words, this documentary tells the story of fishermen working on cutters at the Polish coast of the Baltic Sea.
One man standing in the way of a petrochemical plant expansion refuses to give up.
A film about the Swedish artist duo Bigert & Bergström’s climate-related art, which for three decades has been inspired by research on the effects of climate on humanity and vice versa.
Iron ore mining is causing the northern Swedish town of Kiruna to sink into the ground. 6000 inhabitants must move a few kilometres away from their lifelong home, taking houses, town hall, and church with them.
The film is a philosophical essay on dependence people from nature and the world around them.
The main character of the movie is Jarosław Surmacz, one of the discoverer of Harda (The Tough) Cave in the Tatra Mountains in Poland.
A contemplative walk leads to a bizarre climbing tour.
Accompanied by baleful, alarming, whistlingbooming electro sounds, a speedy drone flight over California´s Imperial Valley becomes a journey in an extinct, abstract, uncanny, hostile landscape: a dystopian science fiction scenario, anchored in the reality of the present.
With only a library book as his guide, 14-year-old William Kamkwamba builds a windmill in his Malawian village that changes his life forever
Can we contain some of the deadliest, most long-lasting substances ever produced?
The film that explores the messy truths embedded in all fights for environmental and social justice.
Vintage footage of alien landscapes and mystical mental states, shot by the first Serbian man to climb Mount Everest. Meditation on a journey to eternal glory, and back to the banality of everyday life; a journey that changed him in ways he never intended.
Stories of everyday Americans fighting to keep their blood, water and air safe from pollution.
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