Perspectives on animals, the environment, and the natural world.
In this program
An elderly fisherman has spent his entire life searching for the biggest fish that the blue Danube hides, attempting to lure the river giant using an ancient practice of clapping on the river surface with a hand-carved piece of wood.
The Honest Work of Farming
A chronicle of the life of a Missouri farmer and his family as they learn the art of regenerative agriculture.
English & Spanish
The rare Peruvian plant toé creates intense, lucid dreams, and this film — made on location in the Amazon jungle under the guidance of Werner Herzog — transports viewers into this phantasmagorical realm.
Former slaughterhouse worker Susana returns to the scene at night to care for animals on their way to the kill floor.
Then Comes the Evening
A portrait of two grannies — who are intimately connected both to each other and to nature — as they go about their everyday life as herders in the isolated hills of Eastern Bosnia.
The Toxic Pigs of Fukushima
English & Japanese
Following the nuclear-plant meltdown in Fukushima, irradiated wild boars roam the abandoned streets and buildings, and hunters are recruited to dispose of the toxic pigs.
The Women and the Sea
Two women navigate life and death at sea in a remote Chilean fishing village.