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  • Ocean Of Grass: Life On A Nebraska Sandhills Ranch

    An experiential, immersive documentary capturing a year in the life of a 130 year old Nebraska Sandhills ranch in a lyrical, timeless manner. The film presents the intriguing personalities and opinions of those individuals who choose this sparse, rugged lifestyle. From old school patriarchs to ...

  • Ghost Mountain

    Family tried to flee, but ended up in an even more life-threatening situation. Without the tireless efforts of Non-Governmental Organisations and Government officials,who saved them in dramatic conditions, they would have been forgotten, like the millions of Cambodians who died. Decades later, wh...

  • The Loop

    A small discovery leads two adventurers to climb the cliffs of their home island and make unexpected discoveries. Their challenge, obstructed by tons of pollution that is swept up the coast every day, marks a shift in perspective and their interaction with our environment.

  • Mergui

    The film concerns the Myeik Archipelago in most southern Myanmar. Myanmar, also known as Burma opened its doors to foreign visitors just a few years ago. Today these 800 Islands are among the top 10 destinations of travelers and scuba diver´s bucket lists. This documentary acts as a beautiful hom...

  • Still Tibet

    A deep and personal portrait of one of the world's most ancient and threatened civilizations.
    Still Tibet Embarking on a deep journey through one of the most remote ethnically Tibetan areas of China's Sichuan Province, filmmaker Miguel Cano hitchhikes, motorbikes and takes to foot to reach parts ...

  • Dreams From The Outback

    Once, Australia discussed whether Aboriginals belong to fauna or to human beings. Today in the Kimberley, home to various Aboriginal communities, most is in transition, causing limbo and distress. Some have given up; others choose to fight to bring a change for the better to their people. Gabri...

  • The Eye Of Istanbul

    The story of legendary Armenian-Turkish photographer, Ara Guler
    An insightful doc thick with the sights and smells of a foreign rarely glimpsed world. Ara Güler's archive of photographs captures the essence of Istanbul over sixty years. The legendary Armenian-Turkish photographer dedicated his li...

  • He Ain't Gonna Make It

    A road-movie starring Argentinian songwriter Tomi Lebrero. Away from folkloric cliches, together with two mares and a colt tamed along the way, he throws himself into an adventure across the Argentinean pampas against all odds, meeting all kinds of crazy characters on the road. All through this...

  • Yakuqnan, Water Paths

    The pre-Columbian civilizations of Peru grew on the basis of respect for water and land. How do the women and men of the Peruvian coast, highland and jungle relate to it today and what does water mean in their lives? A tour of spectacularly beautiful settings that star from sea, crossing snow-cap...

  • Peace On The Tigris

    The Tigris River, which was the site of the ancient civilization of Mesopotamia, still flows majestically through Baghdad, Iraq's capital. In March2003, the area around this river underwent intense airstrikes by U.S. and British forces. The U.S. armed forces gained control of Baghdad. Journalist ...

  • Stepping Out

    China is usually seen through the lens of economics, politics and a regimented population. But in Stepping Out, we meet people who have left home and set out on the road to discover their China and themselves. Su Min, who feels she has done her duty as daughter, wife, mother and grandmother and i...

  • In The Starlight

    In the Starlight is an intimate portrayal about the life of nature photographer Paul Zizka and his quest to capture the night skies.

  • The Curse Of The Terracotta Warriors

    The remarkable story of the discovery of one of China's greatest treasures--the magnificent Terracotta Warriors, guardians of the tomb of China's first emperor.

  • Alaska Long Hunters

    This story follows the life of a young pilot who flew in Alaska’s frontier Arctic. You'll experience the front-seat thrills of bush planes that operated in the most dangerous conditions on earth and scenery that only Alaska has to offer.

  • Aegean Marine Life Sanctuary

    In a world where dolphins are living behind bars, a team of marine conservationists have a mission, to give these majestic mammals a home back in the wild.

  • Ocean To Sky

    In 1953, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay were the first to summit Mount Everest. That same year, the jetboat was invented. With this new invention, Hillary strove to also become the first to tackle the Himalayas' greatest river: the Ganges. It was a perilous journey from ocean to sky, achieved ...

  • Messages From The End Of World

    The documentary describes the dramatic consequences of the climate change in the Arctic zone. Thanks to the Swiss Arctic Project five young people have been navigating for three weeks through hostile and beautiful landscapes up to the North. They have documented the signs of global warming and ra...

  • Following Seas

    The family who disavowed the constraints of society in favour of life on the high seas. Bob and Nancy Griffith made twenty ocean voyages over two decades, fulfilling a dream of freedom and adventure in their 53-foot sailboat. Nothing seemed impossible for this couple and their growing family as ...

  • Silent Forests

    More than half of the Central-African forest elephant population has been decimated by poachers in the last decade. Following one of Cameroon’s first female eco-guards, a grassroots law enforcement group, a Congolese biologist, a reformed poacher and a Czech activist, this intimate portrait gains...

  • Perseverance

    Dimitri is Fish Captain in Trouville-sur-Mer, Normandy. accompanied with his deckhands, Joris and Omar, embarked on a trawler, they track fishes... Far from their families from Monday to Friday, in the harshness of the job, they face the whims of the sea. Welcome aboard of "La Persévérance".

  • Sky's The Limit

    A documentary exploring the muralist movement: the art of painting over breathtaking heights. Windowless gable walls were graffiti painters’ early targets, particularly in urban areas under renovation, and since 2012, monumental graffiti is in full rebirth especially in Paris’ 13th arrondissement...

  • Barbados at the Races

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    This four-part series looks at Barbados through the lives - at work and at play - of the island's horse racing community. The series is centred on the Barbados Turf Club and following the stories of a colorful cast of characters, from the big white owners at the top of the tree right down to the ...

  • A Gallery Without Walls

    Connells Bay Sculpture Park is a private property on Waiheke Island purchased by John and Jo Gow in 1993. Their vision has been to bring art and nature together by planting out large areas of native trees and creating special spaces for New Zealand contemporary sculpture. The collection contains ...

  • I Love St Lucia

    Discover the magic of the Caribbean Island of St Lucia with Leee John from Imagination. Together we visit the Piton Mountains, the Sulphur Springs, and the island's music festivals. Includes an exclusive interview with the Prime Minister.