Got the facts on Milk?

A comical fast paced feature documentary, that questions the health benefits of milk. Addressing myth, truth and all in-between, the film becomes a humorous yet shocking exposition that provokes serious thought about this everyday staple. Continue reading

Escape Fire

Escape Fire examines the powerful forces maintaining the status quo, a medical industry designed for quick fixes rather than prevention, for profit-driven care rather than patient-driven care. After decades of resistance, a movement to bring innovative high-touch, low-cost methods of prevention and healing into a high-tech, costly system is finally gaining ground. Continue reading

Let’s Make Money

Let's make money shows us some intermediate stages of this money making journey, such as Switzerland, London and Jersey. Corporations and the rich benefit from these havens in order to save taxes. To date, government policies have not prevented this. Since the 70s these policies facilitated the flow of money and so laid the foundation for the boom of the global financial industry with its centers in London, New York or Frankfurt. It has always been all about the interests of the powerful few. Continue reading

King Corn

King Corn is a feature documentary about two friends, one acre of corn, and the subsidized crop that drives a fast-food nation. Continue reading

Open Sesame

One of the world's most precious resources is at risk. This timely and emotionally moving film illuminates what is at stake and what can be done to protect the source of nearly all of our food: Seeds. Continue reading


Four years, 19 countries, and 24 experts in anthropology, medicine, ecology, and health have exposed the roots of our DNA and how to prevent the modern world from making you sick. Continue reading

We Feed The World

We Feed The World is a film about food and globalisation, fishermen and farmers, long-distance lorry drivers and high-powered corporate executives, the flow of goods and cash flow – a film about scarcity amid plenty. With its unforgettable images, the film provides insight into the production of our food and answers the question what world hunger has to do with us. Continue reading