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  • CAPE (Center for Animal Protecti...

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  • Blood Lions

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  • (CAPE's) Animal Film Festival

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    4 Videos

  • Freeland

    6 Videos

  • Person of the Forest

    1 Video

  • Karl Ammann's Connections

    6 Videos

  • The Wild Reborn

    1 Video

  • Saving Sirga

    1 Season

  • Escape to Nature

    1 Season

  • Solar Energy - Myth or Reality

    1 Season

  • Wildlife Conservation Film Festival

    2 Seasons

  • The Square

    1 Video

  • Peru: Extreme Planet

    1 Season

  • Angel Azul

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  • A People without a Land

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  1. CAPE (Center for Animal Protection an...

    5 Videos

    CAPE'S MISSION
    The Center for Animal Protection and Education (CAPE) works to save the lives of individual animals who are older or have special needs and to educate people about ways in which they can change their own lives to alleviate animal suffering.

    CAPE'S VISION
    The Center for Animal Protection and Education envisions a world where the consciousness and status of animals have risen in the minds of humans to where animals are now und...

  2. Blood Lions

    1 Video

    A documentary feature film which follows Ian Michler, a South African environmental journalist and safari operator, and Rick Swazey, an American hunter, on their journey to the heart of darkness that lies within the predator breeding and canned lion hunting industries. It is a story that blows the lid off the claims made by these operators in attempting to justify what they do in the name of conservation.

    For more information or to get involve...

  3. (CAPE's) Animal Film Festival

    5 Seasons

    Animals have few legal protections and are exploited in a myriad of ways. CAPE's Animal Film Festival is designed to bring about social change for the welfare of all animals. Films explore every aspect of animal welfare, animal rights, the human/animal bond or programs demonstrating ways to improve the lives of animals. The films screened at the AFF inspire people to take action to save lives and end suffering. To ensure a balance of films that ...

  4. The Borneo Project

    4 Videos

    The Borneo Project brings international attention and support to community-led efforts to defend forests, sustainable livelihoods, and human rights. Protecting human rights and environmental integrity in Borneo is a critical component of the global movement for a just and peaceful world. Since its founding in 1991 the project has trained dozens of indigenous activists in community mapping, enabling communities to map areas of ancestral land claim...

  5. Person of the Forest

    1 Video

    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 Laman, researcher Cheryll Knott and young explorer Robert Suro have documented orangutans making pillows, fashioning umbrellas and displaying regional greetings. The project, 20 years in the making, ...

  6. Freeland

    6 Videos

    Freeland TV is a series of short documentaries exposing current international wildlife and human trafficking issues, exploring solutions, and showcasing the strategies which we and our partners are using to address these urgent matters.

  7. Karl Ammann's Connections

    6 Videos

  8. The Wild Reborn

    1 Video

    The road to recovery for the Mexican gray wolf starts in a sanctuary in New York where scientists are hoping the next generation hears the call of the wild.

  9. Saving Sirga

    1 Season

    He rescued the dying lion cub from a rogue lion enclosure, but can he save Sirga from a lifetime in captivity?

    Filmed with unrivaled intimacy this unforgettable and authentic story, and set against the backdrop of the magnificent Kalahari Desert of Botswana and a brutal conflict between farmers and predators, takes an in-depth look at a remarkable cross-species bond, the consequences inherent in raising a lion cub by hand, and the passion an...

  10. Escape to Nature

    1 Season

  11. Solar Energy - Myth or Reality

    1 Season

    First developed in the 1950s by NASA for space exploration, solar energy was never really considered as a reliable source of energy for widespread use because of its high cost and limited output. But today, thanks to major cost reductions, advance in technology, and rise in oil prices, solar power has become a serious energy option for the future. But how can we apply it to our modern world in the most sensible way?

    From the Southwestern Unite...

  12. Wildlife Conservation Film Festival

    2 Seasons

    The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) returned to New York for its 7th year, hosting 10 days of film screenings, panel discussions, field trips receptions and more from October 19th to October 29th. Film screenings took place at the Cinema Village Theater with an opening reception at AYZA Wine & Chocolate bar the evening of October 19. A virtual reality program was held at Infor in the Flatiron district. Field trip to Jamaica Bay Nationa...

  13. Peru: Extreme Planet

    1 Season

    One of the world’s top wildlife photographers, Cyril Ruoso, is partnered up with a scientific journalist for an adventurous journey through three of the most extreme ecosystems on our planet: the impenetrable rainforest of the Amazon, the skyscraping glaciers of the Andes, and the desert plains of the Pacific Coast of Peru.

    As they follow the water cycle from East to West, we are given a unique opportunity to discover stunning landscapes and a...

  14. The Square

    1 Video

    'The Square' is an intimate observational documentary that tells the real story of the ongoing struggle of the Egyptian Revolution through the eyes of six very different protesters. Starting in the tents of Tahrir in the days leading up to the fall of Mubarak, we follow our characters on a life-changing journey through the euphoria of victory into the uncertainties and dangers of the current 'transitional period' under military rule, where everyt...

  15. Angel Azul

    1 Video

    'Angel Azul' explores the artistic journey of Jason deCaires Taylor, an innovative artist who combines creativity with an important environmental solution; the creation of artificial coral reefs from statues he's cast from live models. When algae overtakes the reefs however, experts provide the facts about the perilous situation coral reefs currently face and solutions necessary to save them. Peter Coyote generously provides insightful narration ...

  16. A People without a Land

    1 Video

    For decades, the prevailing wisdom has been that the solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would come in the form of a two-state solution. Typically, this is formulated as an Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank and the establishment of a Palestinian state there and in the Gaza Strip. Unfortunately, with half a million Israeli settlers living throughout the West Bank and millions of Palestinian refugees demanding to return to their homes ...

  17. Volunteers Unleashed

    1 Video

    Leading this story is 22-year-old Pippa Biddle, who after a series of voluntourism experiences over six years posted a critical blog. It went viral with over 15 million hits, and instantly launched her as the poster child against privileged young white women volunteering overseas. In Tanzania we follow a new intake of western volunteers as they travel, party and volunteer. Among them are untrained medical volunteers, eager for experience, who tac...

  18. A Dog Named Gucci

    1 Video

    He was hung by his neck, punched repeatedly, doused with lighter fluid, and set afire. That should have been the last thing a ten-week old puppy named Gucci would ever experience. His last contact with humans. His final moments of life.

    But Doug James, standing on his porch nearby, heard the puppy’s cries and ran to help. He scared away the cowardly thugs who had perpetrated this heinous crime, and at the request of Gucci’s 15-year-old runaway...

  19. The Evolution of Madagascar

    1 Video

    Madagascar. The world's oldest island. To a young and enthusiastic ecologist, this is a land of wonders, where life exists like nowhere else on the planet. But when his search for the world's largest lemur, the Indri Indri, leads him to discover just how close to extinction the species is, he searches for reassurance that all is not lost. Narrated and presented by Andy Clark and featuring an original musical score composed by Peter Baumann, The E...

  20. Atalaku

    1 Video

    The 2011 presidential election is only the second free election since the Democratic Republic of the Congo gained independence in 1960. Gaylor, a penniless (like most of Kinshasa’s nine million inhabitants) pastor turns into an atalaku, which means a “crier” in Lingala. He makes a deal with the political candidate who has offered him the highest price for his services: ensuring the campaign’s street publicity and finding musicians to write the ca...

  21. Generation Jobless

    1 Video

    In Canada, while the economic recovery has eased for many, the youth unemployment rate is nearly 15% - double that of the general population. The new CBC documentary Generation Jobless explores the crisis of over-educated youths being underemployed scraping by in low-paid, part-time jobs that do not require a degree just to pay off their debt while struggling to find real jobs. Some call them the lost generation, but it is not only young people w...

  22. A Call for the Wild

    1 Video

    Meet our partner organization Education for Nature Vietnam and learn how they have successfully taken part in the arrest of several wildlife criminals by running a hotline allowing people to report wildlife crime.

  23. Libby, Montana

    1 Video

    Nestled below the rugged peaks of the Northern Rockies and along the crystal-clear Kootenai River lies the small logging town of Libby, Montana - an ironic setting for a town where many hundreds of people are sick or have already died from asbestos exposure.

  24. Baobabs between Land and Sea

    1 Video

    By their sheer size and original shapes, baobabs are among the most remarkable trees on the planet. Relatively unknown in Madagascar, these giants are currently threatened by deforestation. To study them, in the heart of their forests, Cyrille Cornu and Wilfried Ramahafaly travel by pirogue, exploring 400 km of wild and isolated coastline in the southwest of Madagascar. The film chronicles the expedition. It reveals discoveries, encounters and sc...

  25. Fin Free

    1 Video

    Serving shark fin soup is still legal in Thailand, but consumption of the soup is damaging the ocean´s ecosystem and promoting cruel shark finning practices. In this episode, see what Freeland and our partners are doing to put an end to this harmful business.

  26. Gods in Shackles

    1 Video

    Gods in Shackles is a feature-length documentary film, an exposé revealing the dark side of the southern Indian state of Kerala’s glamorous cultural festivals that exploit temple elephants for profit under the guise of culture and religion.

    By exposing the abhorrent torture suffered by India’s heritage animal, Gods in Shackles offers hope to the thousands of endangered captive and wild elephants in India through heightened awareness that will ...

  27. Crushing Illegal Ivory

    1 Video

    Follow Freeland´s Media Producer and National Geographic Young Explorer, Molly Ferrill, through the first ivory crush to take place in Thai history, and learn about the purpose of these crushes as the trend spreads around the world.

  28. A Fish Full of Dollars

    1 Video

    Indonesia is the number one shark fishing nation in the world. Sharks are a targeted species at the Tanjung Luar fish market in Lombok, where despite global trends away from shark finning, the trade persists. Worldwide, fishing is pushing many species to the brink of extinction. Fishermen are forced further afield every year to satisfy the hungry demand of the Chinese and world market for shark fin soup.

    Manta fishing for gill rakers has al...

  29. Back to Eden

    1 Video

    Back to Eden Film shares the story of one man’s lifelong journey, walking with God and learning how to get back to the simple, productive organic gardening methods of sustainable provision that were given to man in the garden of Eden. The food growing system that has resulted from Paul Gautschi’s incredible experiences has garnered the interest of visitors from around the world. Never, until now, have Paul’s organic gardening methods been documen...

  30. Bile Bears of Hanoi

    1 Video

    Follow Freeland’s Deputy Director Sulma Warne to Hanoi as he uncovers the tragic current situation for bears kept in captivity for the bear bile business.

  31. Blood Island

    1 Video

    Deep in the heart of Liberia’s jungles, hundreds of chimpanzees were taken from the wild. Captured, bred, and infected with hepatitis, our closest animal relatives were to unlock the mysteries of human diseases.

    But what started in the 1970s as an ambitious medical experiment took deeper and darker turns through the decades.

    Gripping to the core, Blood Island tells the powerful story of the chimpanzees, their captors and the people still ...

  32. Planeat

    1 Video

    PLANEAT is the story of three men's life-long search for a diet, which is good for our health, good for the environment and good for the future of the planet. With an additional cast of pioneering chefs and some of the best cooking you have ever seen, the scientists and doctors in the film present a convincing case for the West to re-examine its love affair with meat and dairy. The film features the ground-breaking work of Dr. T Colin Campbell in...

  33. Buy No Rhino: Biking for Rhino Conser...

    1 Video

    Follow sisters Vicky and Ness Wiesenmaier as they cycle across Asia spreading awareness about the rhino poaching crisis in their home country of South Africa.

  34. Celebrating Life in Union

    1 Video

    Celebrating Life in Union is a story of human resilience, community, and brotherhood. It follows a group of former Cuban political prisoners through their memory of imprisonment and their half century fight against the aging Castro regime. Having developed a strong community for themselves that now crosses three generations, they struggle with the realization that their own mortality may come before they can return to their homeland.

    Year: 201...

  35. Chronicles of a Wildlifer

    1 Video

    A story first time from the perspective of a wildlife biologist. As he studies and experiences the wildlife up close during the field works. The story gives a unique glimpse in the working of a field biologist. There were many occasions in which the wild animals were encountered very close while working in the field. The beauty of it lies in the fact that, one needs to have an animal instinct himself to sense the pulse of the forest. Even the sli...

  36. Coastal Dune Lakes

    1 Video

    Water, sand, and life: the three elements that make up dune lakes, water bodies found around the world. Journey with Emmy award-winning film-maker Elam Stoltzfus on an odyssey spanning from the United States to Australia as he reveals why the coastal dune lakes of northwest Florida are unique and what can be done to protect them. Florida’s dune lakes are home to species only found there, many of them endangered, like the Choctawhatchee beach mou...

  37. Elephants in the Coffee

    1 Video

    People are dying and elephants are losing their freedom to bring you a cup of coffee. This documentary provides a comprehensive look at the battle for survival between coffee farmers and endangered elephants in the forests of southern India. More than 300 people in India are killed by elephants every year, and conflict over agriculture is now the greatest threat to endangered Asian elephants.

    Year: 2017
    Runtime: 59m
    Language: English
    Countr...

  38. Escaping Extinction - Whale Sharks of...

    1 Video

    For over 60 million years, the mysterious Whale Shark has traversed the open sea, but very little is known about this enormous docile shark. Maldivian communities are proud to celebrate the Whale Sharks and their marine biodiversity. These days, Whale Sharks in the Maldives are safe from their number one predator: Man… But that hasn’t always been the case.

    Year: 2016
    Runtime: 9m 14s
    Language: English
    Country: Australia
    Rating: Not Rated
    ...

  39. Evolution in Isolation

    1 Video

    In the Farthest Mediterranean Islet away from continent where most flightless species died many years ago, we disclose an untold story. One species of lizard did survive and became an unique species in the world. Shrewd, intelligent, explorer and extremely curious, essential qualities for survival… the lizard managed to survive as it adopted a varied diet.

    Year: 2016
    Runtime: 52m
    Language: English
    Country: Spain
    Rating: Not Rated

    Direct...

  40. From Billions to None

    1 Video

    From Billions to None: The Passenger Pigeon’s Flight to Extinction, reveals the compelling story of the unlikely extinction of the passenger pigeon and explores the pigeon’s striking relevance to conservation issues today, such as the alarming depletion of shark species worldwide. For centuries, the sleek long-distance flyer was the most abundant bird in North America and perhaps the world. It was hunted to extinction in a matter of decades. On S...

  41. Goshen

    1 Video

    GOSHEN is a powerful award winning documentary depicting the diet and active lifestyle of the indigenous Tarahumara, a light-footed running tribe, who are striving to maintain their ancient culture against all odds. The Tarahumara are renowned for their incredible long distance running endurance and prevention of modern chronic diseases. For centuries, the Tarahumara have found a safe place of refuge in the remote depths of Mexico’s Copper Canyon...

  42. Fix and Release

    1 Video

    'Fix and Release' explores the Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre, a small turtle trauma centre in Peterborough Ontario Canada as it fights to even the odds for survival that freshwater turtles face in a modern world. Most turtle species in Canada are endangered due to loss of habitat and collisions with cars and boats. Dr. Sue Carstairs leads a team of dedicated staff and volunteers as they develop their own groundbreaking approach to reptile me...

  43. Fragile Legacy

    1 Video

    Science, art, history and conservation converge into a stunning visual, globe spanning odyssey. This film offers hope that human ingenuity and creativity can and will bring us out of the environmental crisis we face.

    Year: 2015
    Runtime: 31m
    Language: English
    Country: USA
    Rating: Not Rated

    Director: David Brown

  44. His Name Is Midnight

    1 Video

    The true story of a horse, a prince of Big Sky Country, who was bred for strength and rodeo glory but discarded through a chain of events to auction and, ultimately, human cruelty. His name and his lineage were forgotten. But his royal pedigree and his upbringing in the Badlands of Montana instilled in him the strength and tenacity that allowed him to survive his journey through neglect and starvation, until he was found and his name and heritage...

  45. H.O.P.E. Was Here

    1 Video

    Affluent, Boston-based college students embark on a weeklong goodwill trip to the slums of Lima, Peru in this story about the phenomenon of volunteer vacations—also known as “voluntourism” or service trips—which have fast become both a hallmark of global citizenry and a point of controversy for socially conscious millenials. In their attempts to teach English and work with developmentally disabled children, the students must confront the reality ...

  46. ...and much more!