1h 23min 2010
This documentary elucidates what transpires when an overpopulated world, dwindling resources, and a shifting climate all collide-an intersection of humanity that many call the greatest challenge mankind will ever face. If an “Inconvenient Truth” depicted what causes climate change, this film illuminates the calamity that we kindle by continuing to facilitate climate change.
52min 2014 13+
Made in consultation with the IPCC and world-leading climate scientists, this groundbreaking documentary explains the headlines that are addressed in the Fifth Assessment Report in 2015, and how we may be in the middle of the most crucial moment of Earth’s history. It decodes thousands of pages of scientific data into easy to understand science, punctuated in places by clever, creative CGI.
52min 2012 ALL
This is the story of a giant among fish, narrated by the renowned British naturalist David Attenborough. Few people have seen, let alone filmed it in the wild. For marine biologist and wildlife cameraman Rick Rosenthal, documenting the bluefin was the ultimate challenge. Join him as he sets off to uncover its secrets, while documenting its place in the grand scheme of the vast marine ecosystem.
1h 2015 ALL
This documentary was filmed over the course of a year and is set in New Mexico, Malawi and the Philippines. It provides an up close and personal view of the EARTHSHIP world and “Biotecture” as invented by the American architect Mike Reynolds. It documents a revolution, whose central tenants are radical sustainability, without compromise, to transcend the staid social and economic norms.
15min 2017 7+
Caviar Dreams delves into the complex world of caviar, weaving a tapestry of tales that leaves you knowing more than you ever thought possible about this unique delicacy. Beyond the assumed glamour and luxury, we uncover a story of over-fishing, poaching, near extinction, and a quest for sustainability as we journey through the history, culture, and environmental impact of this status symbol.