Nature

  • Filter Feeders

    Directed by Rory Moon

    Filter Feeders takes a look at the oyster restoration movement in New York City, as its concerned citizens work together to improve the water quality of New York Harbor and Flushing Bay.

  • Heart of a Grizzly

    Directed by Casey Anderson

    One man’s 14 year relationship raising an orphan bear enlightens his understanding of the beauty within this misunderstood being and emboldens his journey to share the heart of the Grizzly.

  • Stonefly HD

    Directed by Alexander Finden

  • The Bulgarian Solution

    Directed by Stani Milev

    "The Bulgarian Solution" is an unexpected take on the climate change that will provoke, disturb and hopefully make us rethink the way we live. Shot in 120 hours for the Fusion Doc Challenge 2016 in various locations throughout Bulgaria.

  • Pacific Salmon

    Directed by Charles Johnson

  • Throw Away Culture

    Directed by Nikki Dodd and Rory Moon

    Plastic is all around us. From packaging for our food to synthetic fabric for our clothes, plastic has become an inescapable reality. A significant portion of this plastic winds up in the ocean, where it not only threatens marine life, but human health too....

  • The Plastic Vagabond

    Directed by Sharif Mirshak

    Horsea plasticus, a toy seahorse is lost at sea. He takes us on a wild journey through the plastisphere, meeting fellow drifters, and a team of scientists during an expedition onboard the schooner Tara. He goes through an existential crisis as he discovers the massiv...

  • High Hopes - The Future of Dungeness Crab

    Directed by Benjamin Drummond and Sara Joy Steele

    Dungeness crab is one of the most valuable commercial fisheries on the West Coast. As ocean acidification changes the chemistry of our oceans, scientists and fishermen are just beginning to understand how it will impact this important species. ...

  • Filtering a Plastic Ocean

    Directed by Rory Banyard

    Filtering A Plastic Ocean highlights the dangers of micro plastics in our oceans - sea-borne plastic that has been broken down into tiny pieces - and profiles a pioneering low-cost solution to removing this toxic material from our beaches and seas. This short film, pho...

  • Blue Ventures

    Directed by Gabriel Diamond

    Ten years ago, in a coastal village in Madagascar, Alasdair Harris tested an elegantly simple model that put Blue Ventures on the map. He encouraged residents to take charge of their local fishery by cordoning off a small section of their octopus-fishing area for a ...

  • Defying Plastic

    Directed by Talia Schizzano

    Plastic Pollution is everywhere and the facts are overwhelming. It may feel impossible to get away from plastic these days. Living in South Florida, I am able to witness first hand how much plastic ends up on our beaches and in the ocean. It's devastating. The solut...

  • Gyrecraft

    Directed by Alexander Groves

    A short film about crafting objects at sea, in the past with whale’s teeth and the future with caught plastic melted with a machine harnessing the sun. Gyrecraft is an exploration into maritime crafts which exists in every coastal or island culture around the world...

  • Connected

    Directed by Ziggy Livnat

    Connected is a visual and musical celebration of our planet's oceans. The film delivers a sense of wonder about the diversity of marine life, moving the viewer to appreciate the complexity of the underwater world. At the same time, viewers must pause to consider their ...

  • Douglas Tompkins - A Wild Legacy

    Directed by James Q Martin and Chris Cresci

    Douglas Tompkins was a world-renowned adventurer, entrepreneur, and conservationist. Co-founder of The North Face and Esprit, Doug spent the first half of his life building successful, global brands, while simultaneously adventuring around the world,...

  • A Passion of Gold and Fire

    Directed by Sébastien Pins

    A beekeeper shares his worries about the future of his apiary school. A passion of gold and fire which definitely helps our environment to keep on living.

  • A Word To The Wise

    Directed by Maria Jose Lemos Pare

    From cannibalism to deforestation, this is life according to Douglas Lui Fo’oa, a husband and father from the Solomon Islands. Douglas knows his way around the archipelago’s ancient history and is also equally comfortable discussing the issues and challenges t...

  • Person of the Forest

    Directed by Melissa Lesh

    In the vanishing lowland rainforests of Borneo, new research is underway to uncover and understand the unique cultural behaviors in wild orangutans, before it’s too late. There, photographer Tim Lamann, researcher Cheryll Knott and young explorer Robert Suro have docum...

  • Leo 80. The Story of His Life.

    Directed by Ekaterina Rusakovich

    The main character in this captivating story is a young leopard named Leo80M, an inhabitant of the Ussuri taiga. Although arrogant and confident in his own power and dexterity, he falls into a poacher's trap. Russian border guards eventually find the weak and e...

  • Shaped by Hand

    Directed by Elias Koch

    Vince McIntyre is preserving a simple way of life from a bygone age, revealing the true essence of honesty and hard work.

  • CHROME

    Directed by Conservation Media

    Join an epic cast of fly-anglers as they venture deep into the wild interior mountains of northern British Columbia. They await the return of their ocean-migrating quarry, the formidable steelhead, and discuss the threats steelhead and salmon face in a changing c...

  • Blue Ventures

    Directed by Gabriel Diamond

    Ten years ago, in a coastal village in Madagascar, Alasdair Harris tested an elegantly simple model that put Blue Ventures on the map. He encouraged residents to take charge of their local fishery by cordoning off a small section of their octopus-fishing area for a ...

  • Daroji

    Directed by Sugandhi Gadadhar

    Daroji is a short film for children, introducing them to wildlife, specifically those from in and around Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary in Karnataka, India. Bindu, a female Indian Sloth Bear, tells the story of different families, including her own, and shares a frie...

  • Seth Boyden An Object At Rest

    Directed by Seth Boyden

    An Object at Rest follows the life of a stone as it travels over the course of millennia, facing nature's greatest obstacle: human civilization.