Nuclear: Nothing to reportde Halleux, Alain, 2009
Pro or anti nuclear power? Essential opinions are missing from this debate, that of nuclear energy workers. Our safety is in their hands. This film gives them a voice.
Atomic AfricaKolvenbach, Marcel, 2013
The African continent is rapidly developing itself economically. The only bottleneck in this process are readily available resources. Besides money these mainly consist of poor infrastructure and availability of energy, especially electricity.
Apaga y vamonosMayol, Manel, 2005
In a compelling analysis of tribal tradition and corporate power, Apaga y vamonos documents the misfortune of the Chilian Pehuenche people.
A is for atomCurtis, Adam, 1992
The concluding part of the BBC television documentary series Pandora's Box, A is for atom elucidates on the history of nuclear power in the US, Great Britain and the Soviet Union.
China on China, Sun Wind but no WaterSchulz Contreras, Lisbet & Jarnebrink, Lollo, 2013
Over the past decennia, China has become the factory of the world. The economical growth has benefited the country in many ways. However, the industrialization has been disastrous for the environment and the living conditions of many others.
Nikola Tesla, visionary of modern timesKrause, Michael, 2012
Imagining a world without electricity, radio, neon lights, integrated circuits, remote control and radar is almost impossible. Humanity has the extraordinary inventor Nikola Tesla to thank for some huge scientific developments.
Black powerCurtis, Adam, 1992
'Black Power' revolves around post-colonial Ghana and President 'Kwame Nkrumah's' efforts to create a modern, industrial state. The construction of a dam (the Volta River Project) was supposed to contribute to that goal.
Food is wasteRob van Hattum, 2007
Winner of the Silver Dragon at the Beijing International Science Film Festival 2006, an inspiring documentary on the Cradle to Cradle design concept of the chemist Michael Braungart and the architect William McDonough.