Spectacular nature documentary featuring amazing photography of seals, eagles, hippos and many more, narrated by Daniel Craig.
The wide variety of animal life on earth is investigated in this entertainingly narrated documentary that looks at important processes that all living beings share. Structured through chapters on seeking food, avoiding predators and caring for young, this is an accessible and stimulating introduction to documentary for younger viewers.Read more
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March of the Penguins(2005)
Documentary capturing the remarkable journey the Emperor penguins of the South Antarctic make every winter.
Celebrating nature’s triumph over the odds, this documentary charts the penguins’ struggle to raise the next generation in their beautiful but often brutal habitat. This film explores a threatened landscape and opens up discussions on animals and the habitats they rely on to survive.Read more
Absorbing documentary about the pressure global warming puts on the arctics inhabitants' daily fight for survival.
An accessible way into the debate about climate change and how its effects can already be seen, this documentary forms a narrative about the lives of polar bear Nanu and walrus Seela in a way that young children will understand the threats that they face.Read more
Lively adaptation of the Dr. Seuss book, with a strong environmental message amidst the nonsense, riddles and giggles!
In a world where nature is considered ‘dirty’ and everything is fake, one boy discovers the truth when trying to track down an elusive real tree for the girl he’s trying to impress. Keeping true to the themes of the book, this film warns not to value products and money over the free but essential gifts that nature provides.Read more
Poignant and entertaining nature documentary about a year in the life of planet Earth with narration from Patrick Stewart.
Featuring incredible footage compiled for the television series of the same name compacted into a feature-length film, Earth explores the changing seasons and its effects on species across the planet. Not only informative and visually stunning, it provides food for thought on how these creatures are affected by shifting seasons due to climate change.Read more
More Than Honey(2012)
An in-depth look at honeybee colonies around the globe, and the importance of their contribution to the world's ecosystem.
Why is the humble bee so important to human life? This documentary explores how bees, and their pollination of the world’s crops, makes them vital to our and several other species’ survival. Looking at the situation in different countries, it also examines their mysterious and increasing disappearance in ‘colony collapse’ syndrome.Read more
FernGully: The Last Rainforest(1992)
Charming eco-conscious animated tale about a rainforest inhabited by sprites and talking animals, who find that humans are chopping the forest down.
A magical take on an important subject, this animated adventure leads the audience through the journey of discovery made by Zak, who learns about the vital importance of trees to human life and learns to appreciate the beauty of the rainforest.Read more
A Turtle's Tale - Sammy's Adventures(2010)
A turtle's adventures travelling around the world looking for his true love and showing the damage done to the oceans.
In Sammy’s adventures around the globe during his long lifespan he discovers that the planet is changing, and how much of it is due to human activity. It’s not all bad news though - there are glimmers of hope in conservation projects he encounters along the way.Read more
Age groupAll ages
A small, rather hopeless looking robot is left alone on Earth to clean up the mess left by humans, in this wonderful Pixar animation.
In this gentle futuristic cautionary tale we get a glimpse of what the earth could be like in years to come if people continue to pollute the planet with litter.Read more
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