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Showing posts with label Nature. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nature. Show all posts

Sep 15, 2019

Super Fungi (2013)


Mushrooms could be man's best allies in the struggle against sanitary and environmental challenges that are threatening our societies. From digesting oil waste to allowing trees to grow in the desert, these Super Fungi are truly incredible organisms.

Sep 13, 2019

Man of Aran (1934)


This documentary presents life on Ireland's Aran Islands, a beautiful, rugged, and remote locale where survival was a constant struggle. Featuring scenic shots of seaside cliffs and rocky expanses, the film, which takes a few fictional liberties, shows islanders fishing and farming in inventive ways in order to keep food on their tables. While some dramatic moments reveal a sense of narrative, the main draw of the production is the stunning scenery.

The South Seas 3D: Bikini Atoll & Marshall Islands (2012)


The South Pacific – the ocean between the American continent and Asia, stands for endless vastness, an infinite stretch of water and pristine nature. For many, the South Pacific is synonymous with paradise sun, beaches and of course, the bikini. But the bikini, or rather the island Bikini, also stands for a disastrous series of nuclear tests, carried out by the USA immediately after the Second World War. To this end, numerous ships of different sizes and categories were brought together. The remnants of these vessels have found a watery grave at the bottom of the lagoon: in depths of up to 60 metres, practically inaccessible for the average diver. Until recently, the region could not be visited for decades, due to radioactive contamination. But how have nature and mankind developed? Accompany us to a very special ships cemetery. Explore a region untouched by human hand for more than 60 years and experience the magic of the South Seas.

Volcanoes of the Deep Sea (2003)


Alvin, a deep-sea mechanized probe, makes a voyage some 12,000 feet underwater to explore the Azores, a constantly-erupting volcanic rift between Europe and North America.

Coral Sea Dreaming: Awaken (2010)


'Coral Sea Dreaming - Awaken' celebrates and pays tribute to the magical but fast disappearing world of coral reefs. It was filmed in High Definition on over 2,000 dives by Emmy Award winner cameraman and Producer David Hannan over the last 8 years on the world's most beautiful reefs and features Australia's Great Barrier Reef, Western Australia's Ningaloo Reef and Papua New Guinea.

Sep 12, 2019

Planet RE:think (2012)


Today we are facing not one but two global crises: the financial crisis but also the more insidious one relating to our misuse of natural resources. The two are so tightly linked that we will not solve the global financial crisis until we start to think of using resources more efficiently and sustainably. For example with each smart phone made, more than 50 minerals are exploited. Our growing dependence on these finite resources for new technology will only deepen the financial crisis as prices increase exponentially. A potential battleground for the future has been laid, as these resources get more and more scarce. Planet RE:think investigates where we are failing and gives hope for our future on a planet with finite resources.

Islands of the West (1972)


A tour of the landscape and wildlife of the Western Isles in Scotland.

Sep 8, 2019

To Be Forever Wild (2013)


In To Be Forever Wild, a crew of filmmakers, musicians and artists explore New York's Catskills Mountains, landscapes that have for centuries captured America's imagination and inspired a love of wilderness. Along the way they profile historian, hikers, scientists, cliff divers, organic farmers and others. In the film we see the power of nature to restore, reclaim and provoke our deepest emotions and connections to the world. It's a film that inspires people to reconnect with nature in their own way, wherever they happen to be.

Sep 5, 2019

Under the Sea 3D (2009)


An underwater look at the diverse coastal regions of Southern Australia, New Guinea and the Indo-Pacific areas and the impact of global warming on the oceans.


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