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‘Ayşe’ tells the story of a woman who was isolated from city life and its pollution 27 years ago. Ayse started to travel in 1993 for moving away from pollition, stress and disrespect. While discovering through many different areas during her journey, the idea of creating a garden that communicate with nature was formed. For 16 years, she's still living with her husband and her companies from all around the world.
Directed by: Işıntan Kurşun
Two snails leave confinement to enjoy life to the fullest.
Directed By: Paulo Fajardo
In the man-made waterways of rice paddies, the water in nature must follow artificial rules. In that way, nature is made abstract, giving rise to a new form of beauty distinct from the natural state. The theme of this work is the liveliness of water as it follows the man-made course.
In episode 11 of The Stream, I consider why water streams are created. Water flowing through waterways is necessary for the cultivation of crops. Agricultural products are mainly produced for human consumption and are sold and distributed in the marketplace, where crops are cultivated again with the profits are earned. It is the economy and the distribution of goods that create the flow of water, which circulates in society through transportation and information networks.
Fields are separated by transportation networks and rivers. Waterways are laid out to transport water from rivers to farmland like blood vessels. The transportation network, which governs logistics including the distribution of agricultural products, is connected to highways and rises as a monument in a giant circle. On the highways there is a never-ending stream of vehicles traveling and circulating to maintain human society.
In addition, fields are home to a diverse range of living organisms, forming ecosystems that utilize the environment created by human society.
Directed By: Hiroya Sakurai
Young painter with desire to create goes through necessary process that is shown through animation and her immersion into world she wishes to create.
Directed By: Sara Tomas
The documentary film The Marshes of Iraq participates in COP26 UN Climate Change
The documentary tells the story of marsh dwellers and their land, and how their authentic lifestyle has been affected by climatic changes that threaten the rare biodiversity, especially the Iraqi water buffalo, which are the most important economic resource to the marsh Arabs’ livelihood, to put them in a difficult ultimatum, between migration or survival.
Directed by: ali Mohammed al hamami
During an epidemic, a couple use day off to take Mar, girl's elder sister with ASD, on a trip to river. Along the way, they will try to process the emotional situation they found themselves in. Mar with them exists as a separate world…
Directed By: Milorad Milatović
A non-verbal film that explores the journey of the umah, a small sardine fish.
Directed By: Shoayb Khattab
Ghost gear – fishing equipment lost or discarded at sea – is considered the most deadly form of marine plastic waste for wildlife. Net Free Seas project is ridding Thailand's waters of ghost nets and reducing plastic pollution. By connecting coastal communities with recycling partners who turn discarded fishing gear into useful products, Net Free Seas helps to protect the ocean and support local fishers, showing that a circular economy can be a reality.
Directed By: Environmental Justice Foundation
This short film captures the meticulous work of a colony of ants. Regardless of the dreary rain and the blazing sun, the ants march together to create a cosy home. It's almost meditative to watch them at work and delightful to see their home take shape.
When lockdowns and travel bans were imposed I took a walk around my garden. One of the joys I encountered is documented in this video.
This video was shot on my iPhone (a micro lens was used when the need arose). At the end of five months, I had three hours of footage which has been converted into a six minute video.
Directed By: Ananda Jagoda
French Polynesia is an underwater paradise like there is no other. Some say fifty shades of blue.
My Odyssey through these islands and atolls is one of the most spectacular diving expeditions I had the chance to do.
A crystal clear water, hundreds of different reef fish species, corals and pelagic, to sum up : an exceptional beauty both in terms of flora and fauna.
French Polynesia is known as the largest shark santuary in the world, probably the only place in the world where you can see 6 species of sharks in a single dive.
FRENCH POLYNESIA is the second part of the triptych of subaquatic poems “Blue Paradises”
Directed By: Olivier Bourgeois
The film INDIGENIUS LOCI explores the interface of man and nature. Vasilis Fourkiotis, deep ecologist, shepherd and sociologist strides across his ancestral lands immersed in spiritual reflections of a postmodern world.
Directed By: VICKY MARKOLEFA
Drumohre is the language of the first that lived here. The more days go by, the less they speak it. Here you no longer see anyone who understands it.
Directed By: Armando López Castañeda
Where the culture of grapevine disappears,
the civilisation disappears as well.
If Leskovac was small Manchester,
Vlasotince was Tuscany of the Balkans.
JAGORIDA, the grapes that stayed unpicked in the ruins of The Winery Community arouse hope that Tuscany of the Balkans will be saved.
Directed By: Nebojša Ilić – Ilke
Bokahontas’ is a fictitious eco-documentary from the future: a memory of a summer, of growing up in Boka Bay – the most beautiful place in the world – during the pandemic of a strange disease that changed our plan- et.
Directed By: Jana Radan
Euro Lithium Balkan since 2015. implementing the project “Valjevo”, which estimates the reserves of mineral resources – first of all borate, borax and lithium, in order to optimize their exploitation in the future.
Exploratory drill hole No. 22, after it leaked in 2018, was repaired and closed in 2019. Since summer of 2021, it floods the surrounding land again with water that contains a hundred times higher concentration of boron than the maximum allowed.
And water like water always finds its way. Unfortunately for Cvetko, it found its way to his well 127 meters away…
Directed By: Gordana Momčilović