Up close and breathtaking, we discover the consequences of marine pollution, the ever warmer climate and the most dangerous predator of our time: the car. Whether campaigning for animal welfare or against over-pollution, we experience engaging personalities from all corners of the globe as they stand up for our environment.
Topics: Environmental conservation, species conservation, global warming, research, mobility, biology, animal conservation, pets, marine biology, marine pollution, greenhouse effect, urban geography, cars, activism
Filmtheater am Friedrichshain Kino 1
Katja Fedulova // Germany // 2022 // 24:32 min
11-year-old Pavel loves to paint - preferably animals. He donates the money he earns from commissioned paintings of pets to animal shelters. Beside that, he is involved in animal welfare in many different ways.
Mirjam Marks // Netherlands // 2020 // 15:00 min
Julieta loves the sea off the coast of her native Curaçao, as well as its wildlife and nature. Together with other volunteers, she rescues turtles whose natural habitat is becoming increasingly polluted by plastic waste.
Evgenia Arbugaeva / Maxim Arbugaev / Maxim Chakilev // United Kingdom, Russia // 2022 // 25:00 min
For the tenth year in a row, a marine biologist goes to a small wooden hut in the middle of the vastness of the Russian Arctic to observe a recurring natural spectacle. However, global warming causes him to make alarming observations.