Saturday | 15.12.18

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Tomorrow Today

A program dedicate to environmental documentary films.

Plastic Planet

Dir.: Werner Boote
| 99 minutes

We live in the Age of Plastic. It’s cheap, it’s practical, and it’s everywhere – from the highest mountains to the hottest deserts, from the North Pole to the South Pole. It’s even part of us – inside our blood.

White Waves

Dir.: Inka Reichert
| 83 minutes

Litter, wastewater, industrial products and chemicals – all end up in the sea. This is often happening without anybody hearing anything about it. But there are some people that observe and feel the pollution with their own body: surfers. Water is their life. And they want to protect it.

Taste the Waste

Dir.: Valentin Thurn
| 91 minutes

More than half of all food products end up in the trash. Most don’t even make it into our homes. Food that would be enough to feed all the hungry people in the world three times over. Why do we throw away so much food? And how can we stop this kind of waste?

Fish ‘n’ Pills + Sand Wars

Fish ‘n’ Pills: The pill – a symbol of sexual freedom. But what are the consequences? / Sand Wars: what will be the consequences of sand extraction on the environment and life on the planet?