‘Punda the Zebra’ tells the story of a little foal, from its birth to the end of the annual great migration. Less than an hour after his birth, he knows how to run. When you are one of the weakest species in the Savannah, it’s a question of survival. Little Punda discovers the herd and the essential skill of learning to recognise his mother in the middle of a jungle of stripes. We follow him on one of the largest migrations in the animal kingdom.
What drives people all over the world to hunt animals, often driving them towards extinction? How does hunting affect our relationship with nature and impact fragile ecosystems?More info
Thousands of young Swiss people were thrown into jail without trial, sent to live with foster families, forced into children’s homes, or even sterilised. Their crime? Behaviour that was judged to be threatening by a society obsessed with order and conformity.More info
Despite the global outrage, hundreds of Westerns come to South Africa every year to kill wild animals. In this film, we investigate the safari tourism industry.More info
Based on an essay written by best-selling novelist Jonathan Franzen, we chronicle the rampant poaching of migratory songbirds in southern Europe.More info