Documentaries

Share
  • Golden Monkeys: Braving the Impossible

    Golden Monkey: Braving the Impossible - Shot in the inaccessible wildernesses of Central Asia, this episode from the series "Wild Empire" follows the perilous existence of a family of golden-snub-nosed monkeys throughout a year to capture their captivating and rarely seen behaviour. A WCFF 2022 P...

  • Elephants Out Of Captivity

    WARNING- this feature contains images of animal suffering some viewers may find distressing.
    This film shares a brief history of elephants, explains how they suffer in captivity, explores the work that FACE (Free All Captive Elephants) and other organizations do in the fight to give captive elep...

  • Saving Elephants

    Wildlife SOS is an NGO, that rescues wildlife across India. In Saving Elephants, we see how this team of experts reduces human-animal conflict by creating a unique elephant collaring and tracking program to alert communities about potentially destructive wild herds in their area. We also see th...

  • Eating Our Way To Extinction

    Eating Our Way To Extinction takes audiences on a cinematic journey around the world, from the depths of the Amazon rainforests to the Taiwanese Mountains, the Mongolian desert, the US Dust Bowl, the Norwegian Fjords and the Scottish coastlines, telling the story of our planet through shocking te...

  • The Voice of a River

    In 1979, Mark Dubois became a symbol of conservation and proof of how the power of resolve in one man can bring about change to our world when he was willing to sacrifice his life for the life of a river. The Voice of a River is the telling of this resolve 42 years later, after Mark made national...

  • Remaking Wolf Connection Part 2

    Wolf Connection is a wolf rescue centre located close to Los Angeles Wolves and wolf-hybrids are saved from fur farms, roadside zoos and private owners and housed safely here.

    The centre is the brainchild of former solider and counselor Teo Alfero- who has long believed in the healing power of ...

  • Path of the Bear

    In a world from ancient times, wild brown bears have coexisted with humans for 6000 years in the mountains of Italy. Bear expert Chris Morgan travels to meet conservationists & locals on the frontline with one of the world’s rarest bears.

  • The Last Stand

    THE LAST STAND examines the urgent race to save the world's last remaining ancient forests and stop global warming. This emotive documentary, using the flashpoint of British Columbia's "Battle for the Trees" at Fairy Creek, examines the importance of keeping intact forest ecosystems: in North Am...

  • Free Billy

    Taken from the wild in Malaysia as a baby, Billy was transported to Los Angeles Zoo. There he was cruelly trained to do tricks to amuse the visitors.
    Thirty years later, having led a mostly solitary life in the zoo, Billy exhibits symptoms of mental and physical distress.
    This powerful film foll...

  • Remaking Wolf Connection

    Ever since the first ancient hunters followed wolves to the location of prey- humans have had a deep-seated connection to canines. We lived symbiotically with the wolf over tens of thousands of years. These wild animals eventually became “man’s best friend” in the form of domesticated dog.

    The...

  • Ecstasies and Heartbreak on California's Coast

    The continental plate of North America is drifting west at a speed of one inch per year. Although that doesn't sound like much, it's actually incredibly fast in geological terms. All of this activity gives California's coast a unique and rugged character. Few mammals are capable of making their h...

  • Zanzibar Saves Its Seas

    When the fishermen of Ras Fumba on Zanzibar Island discovered that their catch was rapidly decreasing they took action. Outsiders were ruining the marine environment by overfishing and the use of poisons and dynamite. With the help of the local government and international NGOs, they set up pat...

  • India's Water Revolution Part 1

    Permaculture instructor Andrew Millison journeys to India to film the epic work of the Paani Foundation’s Water Cup Competition. We tour the village of Garavadi, in Maharashtra, who competed in the 2019 competition to install the most amount of water harvesting structures in a 45 day period. Guid...

  • India's Water Revolution Part 2

    Part 2 of Permaculture instructor Andrew Millison's journeys to India to film the epic work of the Paani Foundation’s Water Cup Competition. We tour the village of Garavadi, in Maharashtra, who competed in the 2019 competition to install the most amount of water harvesting structures in a 45 day ...

  • India's Water Revolution

    2 items

  • Leopard: Impossible Rescues

    Wildlife SOS is the largest wildlife rescue group in India with 12 regional centers managing many species. Emerging out of the jungle, near human populations, Leopards find themselves in the most precarious situations. This film reveals the efforts of Wildlife SOS’ teams to capture and treat th...

  • Saving the Dancing Bears

    For over 400 years, in India, the rare Sloth Bear was targeted for human exploitation…first for the emperors, then as roadside entertainment for villagers and tourists who paid to watch the bears jump, conditioned after years of abuse by trainers.

    Given the ongoing legacy of cruelty, two indivi...

  • Leopard Rescue

    This Ecoflix Original explores how leopards are rescued in India. The leopard is one of the most mysterious and elusive of the big cats, The felines are increasingly coming into contact with humans. These encounters include leopards falling into deep open wells, getting caught in traps and locked...

  • Koko - The Nature Documentary

    An afternoon spent with the famous gorilla who knows sign language, and the scientist who taught her how to "talk". One of the first words that Koko used to describe herself was Queen. The gorilla was only a few years old when she first made the gesture-sweeping a paw diagonally across her chest ...

  • The Pangolin Man

    With the people of south-western Uganda forced to hunt pangolins for survival due to a lack of income, one local man fights to save not only the lives of the pangolins, but the very people themselves.

  • The Black Mambas

    South Africa's wildlife is under constant threat from poachers. But help is at hand in the form of the country’s first and only, all-female, anti-poaching unit. They are on the front line to rescue rhinos from the edge of extinction.

  • Disappearing Souls

    Filmed in the disappearing low land rain-forests in Borneo, we see the effect on local wildlife including the endangered Orangutans that populate it.

  • Grounded

    MPG Ranch Montana, USA, and the team head up a study and rehabilitation program for Golden Eagles. Specifically addressing their decline and the investigation into the lead in their blood.

    migration

  • Tamera (Spanish Subtitles)

    Southern Portugal like many biomes has a fairly fragile hydrological cycle, and the trend for many years has been for the land to become dryer. the Tamera community wondered whether this was a natural situation and if there was something that could be done to heal the land. (Please note that the...