WCFF 2022 - Human Stories

WCFF 2022 - Human Stories

Meet the people dedicating their lives to the protection of planet earth and all its creatures.

WCFF 2022 - Human Stories
  • When the Ocean Turns Black (Trailer)

    When the news about the oil spill off the shores of Peru, I decided to pack my gear and travel to document the effect of the spill on the wildlife.
    However, the moment I stepped on Ancon beach and met with the amazing local fishermen, I felt how my mind was changing. I suddenly realized that I wa...

  • The Power of Activism (Trailer)

    THE POWER OF ACTIVISM focuses on six highly spirited female activists as they are put under the microscope to ascertain the financial impact of their environmental solutions… and the results are astonishing.

  • Golden Monkeys (Trailer)

    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.

  • The Silence of the Impenetrable (Trailer)

    Silence of the Impenetrable - An Italian by the name of Roseo is brutally murdered. As the only owner of 230,000 hectares in the north of Argentina its future is cast in doubt. Before this natural paradise disappears, different NGO ́s achieve something unbelievable in the country.

  • Bear Witness (Trailer)

    We see so many images everyday. The question is can an image still make people care? Bear Witness: Subarctic is a 2022 documentary short film about sea ice loss and its impact on polar bear populations in Canada. As sea ice shrinks to record lows, and polar bears spend more time on land, a photog...

  • Save the Horns (Trailer)

    Rhinos are dying. Poaching, habitat loss, and genetic fragmentation have collectively pushed rhino populations to the brink of extinction. Illegal and deadly horn poaching is far and wide the greatest threat to rhinos. To deter this gruesome practice often calls for extreme measures… like chainsa...

  • Sea to Sculpt (Trailer)

    Sea to Sculpt - This film showcases Casey's journey blending sculpture and his appreciation for nature to create his new series, 'Migration'.

  • Sentinels (Trailer)

  • Pantanal: A Charred Wetland (Trailer)

    Pantanal A Charred Wetland - Located in the heart of Brazil, the Pantanal is the world's largest tropical wetland, packed with the most remarkable wildlife. The annual floods in this biome are essential to maintain a huge diversity of unique species. However, due to human actions, the floods are ...

  • Mind Wild for The Tool (Trailer)

    The Tool - The way the different wild species use tools may help us to understand how the animal mind works... And it does not go exactly as we have come to believe!

  • Last of the Wild (Trailer)

    Adventurer Fredrik Sträng and actor Kristofer Hivju explore how New Zealand became the first country to grant a river legal personhood status.

  • Introducing the Indigo (Trailer)

    Introducing the Indigo - is a documentary short film for young people about a remarkable threatened species: the Eastern indigo snake.

  • Counting Cranes (Trailer)

    Counting Cranes - Imagine trying to count hundreds of thousands of birds in a matter of seconds. This is what Andy Caven does every spring… from a plane. In March, upwards of a million sandhill cranes pass through Nebraska's central Platte River Valley. For the past 20 years, the Crane Trust has ...

  • Facing Grizzlies (Trailer)

    Facing Grizzlies - Few people venture into bear country hoping to stand mere metres from a grizzly and film it face to face. Over the past 40 years, that’s exactly what wildlife cinematographer Phil Timpany has done thousands of times. Facing Grizzlies follows his extraordinary journey and heart-...

  • Belo Monte: After The Flood (Trailer)

    Belo Monte: After the Flood- The film explores the history and consequences of one of the world's most controversial dam projects, built on the Xingu River in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon.

  • Water We Doing (Trailer)

    Water We Doing?
    This film address' exactly how we can use science, engineering, and innovation to tackle a global water crisis.

  • Gardiens des Petites Bêtes (Trailer)

    This charming drama follows a gang of Eco warrior kids in France who are inspired to take on the mayors office to implement sustainable practices.

  • A White Dream (Trailer)

    A White Dream - In love with images and the cold, the wildlife photographer Jérémie Villet travels alone through the white deserts of the northern hemisphere with his pulka and his telephoto lens, looking for animals that survive in extreme cold.

  • The Great Connector (Trailer)

    The Great Connector : The Story of The Lawrence Hopewell Trail- showcases how local governments and big corporations can come together to create something wonderful.

  • Secrets of the Basking Shark (Trailer)

    Secrets of the Basking Shark - Beneath the waves lies another world, one of strange beauty and deep secrets. In this film we seek to explore and understand a mysterious, endangered creature that despite reaching 12m in length, usually swims by our shores unnoticed, the basking shark.
    Travelling w...

  • Giants of Big Sur California Condor Stories (Trailer)

    Go behind the scenes with Wilderness Documentarian Ross Thomas as he learns the amazing and inspiring stories of the critically endangered California condor.

  • Mamody: The Last Baobab Digger (Trailer)

    Mamody The Last Baobab Digger - In the arid southwest of Madagascar, the rains fall only a few times a year. The inhabitants of the small village of Ampotaka found a unique solution to store water.

  • Brave Mission: I Have A Dangerous Job (Trailer)

    Host Mark Vins is teaming up with the Rangers of Virunga National Park to search for some of the last remaining Mountain Gorillas in the Congo - including the largest Silverback in the region. While trekking for these gigantic primates, Mark and his elite camera team must evade poachers and rogue...

  • Hidden Nature in Guinea Bissau (Trailer)

    Hidden Nature in Guinea Bissau - biologist Raúl León leads us in search of that hidden life through a labyrinth of 88 islands, of which only 20 are inhabited.