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David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet (2020)
He knows our natural world like no other, and there’s never been a more urgent time to hear his story and vision for our future.
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At Eternity's Gate (2018)
Famed but tormented artist Vincent van Gogh spends his final years in Arles, France, painting masterworks of the natural world that surrounds him.
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Aquarela (2019)
From massive waves to melting ice, filmmaker Victor Kossakovsky travels around the world to capture stunning images of the beauty and raw power of water.
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Minuscule 2: Mandibles From Far Away (2018)
In the conditioning unit of a small chestnut can factory in a quiet little country village as winter slowly settles, a young ladybug gets trapped by accident in a cardboard box shipped to the Caribbean. His parent sets off for the paradise archipelago to find his little kid and free him. Once he finally makes it there, our hero finds himself entrusted with a double mission: find his offspring and save his new Caribbean ladybug friends’ home threatened by a human construction site. Thankfully our hero will be able to count on his friend the black ant that flies to the rescue from the other side of the world.
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Colors of Wind (2018)
Yuri leaves Ryo with mysterious words. Ryo goes to Hokkaido knowing that his doppelganger magician is missing. Ryo realizes Yuri was also the magician’s lover and he learns magic. The story that crosses over two identities, illusion and magic.
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Mergui (2019)
Using nature shots with narration and a musical score, this documentary tells the story about the Moken, Myanmar's last sea nomads.
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Des îles ensorcelées par la Lune (2018)
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Kesh (2018)
This video was made for the re-release on LP of the cassette of "Music and Poetry of the Kesh", a soundtrack that Todd Barton and Ursula K. Le Guin made to accompany her book "Always Coming Home".
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Home in the Woods (2020)
Using only nature and his immediate surroundings, filmmaker Brandon Wilson creates an experimental documentary that ignites the imagination of wandering in nature, and creates a loving portrait to the woods he calls home. Over the course of a year, Wilson set out to document— and accentuate—his surroundings through camera filters, angles, repetition, and audio. The end result is a hypnotic journey through the hidden wonders and beauties of the Northwest forests, in vivid colors and immaculate black-and-whites.
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Nettle Head (2019)
Bastien and his two friends enter the forbidden zone. Among the ruins and the toxic fog, something lies in wait.
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BALANCE (2020)
The order of the factors does not change the product.
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Thaïlande, à l'école des canards (2020)
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Transhumance (2018)
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plant portals: breath
"plant portals: breath" is an experimental meditation on the unspoken history many queer and trans people of colour carry daily, connecting bumblebees, colonial trauma, alternate universes and the complicated concept of "rest" to ask: Can nature heal us? Shot entirely on an iPhone, the film is intentional in imagining what is possible, and manifests a reality rooted in mindfulness.“
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The European Dream (2018)
A metaphorical love story about the dream of peace, freedom and solidarity in Europe, with the reality of right-wing politics and terror trying to destroy it.
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LIBRA (2020)
Investigating autumn, temporal alterations, and their effect on movement
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Maman girafe (2020)
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Through the Garden Gate
Wildlife cameraman Stephen de Vere, photographer on many BBC nature series like 'Life', 'Frozen Planet', and 'The Hunt', turns his camera on the everyday nature in his own backyard. A nature dairy of the British countryside recording the changing seasons of a year as de Vere films the animals and birds hidden in hedgerows, woods and fields.
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Tide (2020)
On the shores of a desolate beach in Cuba, the tide cycle begins, a shark hunter, from the ritual of fishing, experiences the strongest symptoms of his condition and nature.
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Urtzen (2020)
During lockdown, Telmo Esnal recovered a long-forgotten project: 'UR', a tale by Pablo Azkue taking a deep look at the conscience and the sea. 'Urtzen' is a special cinematic essay, a curious collage which, recycling and reusing dialogues, images and music, reflects on existence.
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Les loups pêcheurs du Canada (2020)
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Kamchatka Bears. Life Begins (2018)
Seven months of filming brown bear cubs life resulted in a movie that allows to plunge into the beauty of wild nature, and experience a boundary, beyond which a man should not interfere.
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Cuddly & Wild: adorable animal babies
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Eu, Tu e Algumas Flores (2020)
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The Beginning of Life 2: Outside (2020)
Genuine connections between children and nature can revolutionize our future. But is this discovery still possible in the world's major urban centers? The new chapter of "The Beginning of Life" reveals the transformative power of this concept.
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Borrowed from Nature (2020)
Borrowed From Nature explores the rich and complex history of Japanese gardens in western Canada. Through the principles and design philosophy of famed Japanese Canadian designer Roy Tomomichi Sumi, we visit Japanese gardens in Lethbridge, AB, Vancouver, BC, and New Denver, BC, revealing hidden testaments to an enduring Japanese influence in our country
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Invisible River (2020)
On a journey through the interior of the earth, we learn about the life and dreams of a swiss explorer who searches for caves and underground rivers in a sector marked by violence and armed conflict in Colombia. This underground labyrinth is a metaphor about a dark past, buried deep within the soul, where old war wounds heal with the infinite passage of time.
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Friends of Mine: “Appreciating Nature” (2020)
Max invites you to come along with him as he takes a quiet walk in a city park, helping us appreciate the beauty of the natural world around us, no matter where we live.
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Askania Reserve (2019)
Askania-Nova is the largest steppe wildlife sanctuary in Europe. It is located in south part of Ukraine, not far from Crimea peninsula. In order to underline this unique beauty we created a documentary musical film about life of animals and people in wildlife sanctuary of Askania-Nova. The movie reveals stories of a three protagonists, whose destinies were entangled because of wildlife sanctuary.
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They Never Leave the Sea (2020)
Listen to the sound of the waves, the turtles, all these lamps; many personal emotions and sensations.
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Cuba's Wild Revolution (2019)
As the largest island in the Caribbean, Cuba is host to spectacular wildlife found nowhere else on the planet: from the jumping crocodiles of the Zapata swamp to the world's tiniest hummingbird, from thousands of migrating crabs to giant, bat-eating boas that lie in wait for easy prey. Decades of a socialist, conservation-minded government, American embargoes and minimal development have left the island virtually unchanged for 50 years. As international relations ease, what will become of this wildlife sanctuary?
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The Outwaters
Four travelers encounter menacing phenomena during a desert camping trip.
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Survival Guide (2020)
Six inner city orphans find themselves out of their element and immersed deep into the heart of nature. Beyond the constructs of society a new reality emerges and a bigger universe is revealed. But are their guides really there to help them grow or do they have alternative motivations? The deeper into the wild they go, the more they learn, and the greater the danger they are walking into. It will take all they have to pull together, discover who they are, and get home alive.
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To Be (2020)
Juana, Mar, and Eduardo tell their stories of abuse.
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On a dormi sous la mer (2020)
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Whale Wisdom (2018)
Whales have long been a profound mystery to us. They live in a world so removed from our own that we can barely imagine their lives. Their environment is different, their senses are different, their relationships are different. How might such almost alien creatures see the world?
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Under the Cold Stars (2020)
Set in the mountains of northeast Italy, this film may be considered an observational documentary about rural life. Although this is undeniably the case, at the same time Under the cold stars can hardly be considered a documentary: the microcosm on which it focuses appears to be a reflection of a broader reality and perhaps a way to deal with the themes of man’s existence and his relationship with animals, nature and, most importantly, with time. As written by Franco Piavoli “it is a film which essentially relies on images and sound, where words themselves are sound and the music of life, of the relentless flow of time”.
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Le festin des animaux (2020)
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Un fleuve invisible (2019)
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Oceans: Our Blue Planet (2018)
Embark on a global odyssey to discover the largest and least explored habitat on earth. New ocean science and technology has allowed us to go further into the unknown than we ever thought possible.
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Redoubt (2019)
The goddess Diana and her two attendants traverse the rugged terrain of Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains in pursuit of the elusive wolf. An Engraver (Matthew Barney) furtively documents their actions in copper engravings and provokes a series of confrontations. The characters communicate through dance, letting movement replace language as they pursue each other and their prey.
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To Teach a Bird to Fly (2020)
This experimental nature documentary by Minna Rainio and Mark Roberts depicts climate change and the wave of extinction from the point of view of our near future. Actually, it depicts the age we live in now, or rather its fateful consequences.
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As Happy As Possible (2019)
Salome gets a summer job in a junkyard somewhere in the country side. Under a western sun, in this place out of the world, her teenage rebellion springs up. From unexpected encounters to shared sorrows, arise promises of a new life.
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Until We Fall (2019)
Louise loved Adam. Adam loved Louise. That is how it used to be. But a child has disappeared. Their child. The police said it was a drowning accident. Yet the truth is that their little boy’s body was never found. Lucas, ten years old. How easy it all would have been if the ocean had taken the trouble to throw up a little-swollen child’s corpse onto the beach. Or if a local with alcohol in his blood and blood on his hands had ploughed him down at full speed. An indescribable pain. No more living, no more happiness, but at least no unanswered questions. Unfortunately, that is not how it is for Adam and Louise.
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Jane Goodall: The Hope (2020)
The story of one remarkable woman who became a global icon in animal welfare and conservation who not only hoped for a better world, she achieved it! This sweeping documentary celebrates the vast legacy of Dr. Goodall’s four decades of advocacy work for chimpanzees and depicts the next chapter for generations to come.
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Mavka: The Forest Song (2021)
Since time immemorial, the vast Ukrainian forests have harbored countless secrets and unfathomable mysteries. They are home to wondrous mythical creatures dwelling among ancient trees, faithfully guarding their sacred realm.
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Maiden of the Lake (2019)
Two teenagers and their adventures in the breathtaking scenery of lake Saimaa.
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Planeta Česko (2018)
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