An oldy but a goody, The Corporation is a classic documentary exploring the growing dominance of corporations.
When Cuban people were forced to cope with severe oil and food shortages. What did they do? They grabbed their tools and started farming. This film follows their journey.
Doco exploring the way we eat, and the impact food has on our environment and health.
This film, Black and Gold, reveals just how much big business dominates the coffee industry.
An estimated 100 million sharks are killed every year to make shark fin soup. Filmmaker Rob Stewart investigates.
The latest-award winning environmental film to hit our screens. A community’s tap water catching fire…yes really!
Turning community gardens into thriving mini-farms.
Pig Business is the result of eco-campaigner Tracey Worcester’s four year exploration into the intensive pig farming industry.
One fifth of the fish we eat is caught illegally. This film from the Environmental Justice Foundation reveals the problem.
From farming to distribution our food system is more reliant than ever on cheap crude oil. So what are we going to do when the oil runs out? This film explores the oil crash.