Do You Miss Me?

Four teenagers decided to spend weekend in nature, for the first time. They leave by a car a busy and polluted city. They have been “forced” to re-establish a connection […]

Mongolia, Valley of the Bears

The Taiga, also known as the boreal forest, has kept an entire population nomadic on its lands for thousands of years. However, the rich natural resources of these Mongolian lands […]

We Are Guardians

Follows Indigenous forest guardian Marçal Guajajara and activist Puyr Tembé as they fight to protect their territories from deforestation; an illegal logger who has no choice but to cut the […]

I Did Not Want to Make a War Film

Russia’s full-scale invasion found the Kyiv-based director Nadia Parfan in a small Bedouin village in the Middle East. It was warm, safe, and unbearably far from home. There, the director […]

Heart Valley

Follows a day in the life of Wilf Davies, a kind and inquisitive shepherd from the small village of Cellan, Wales. The film looks at the world through Wilf’s eyes, […]

Eating Our Way to Extinction

A hard-hitting and visually stunning feature-length documentary, narrated and executive produced by Academy Award® winning actress Kate Winslet, featuring shocking testimonials and poignant first-hand accounts from Indigenous people most affected […]


Within the idyllic Philippine tourist destination of Palawan, forests and wildlife are being destroyed by illegal loggers and President Duterte’s cronies. Despite extreme mortal danger, a small troop of environmental […]

Bat Man and Woman of India

Bhargavi and Chelmala Srinivasulu have been called the bat woman and bat man of India. The researchers, both at Osmania University in Hyderabad, say the title suits them. Their work […]

Whale Rider

On the east coast of New Zealand, the Whangara people believe their presence there dates back a thousand years or more to a single ancestor, Paikea, who escaped death when […]