DOCUVISTA on Air
Indigenous people in the Amazon rainforest are threatened: Oil companies force their way deeper and deeper into indigenous territory. Three brave women from Ecuador decided to defend themselves – armed with microphones and notepads. A film by Siegmund Thies from the ZDF series planet e.: Radio-Frauen aus dem Regenwald – mit Mikro und Rekorder gegen Ausbeutung.
The Autobahn, department stores and Plattenbauten left their mark on the German lifestyle in the 20th century. Why is that so? ZDF-History takes a trip back in time and looks into myths and legends. A film by Thomas Hies and Tobias Wiethoff: Modern German myths – from Plattenbau to Autobahn.
When children commit severe crimes, should they be sent to prison? At what age can somebody be held accountable for what they do? The 3sat science documentary by Marilena Schulte and Anja Leuschner: Reif für den Knast?
Reduced air pollution, clean water, less noise: The worldwide lockdown helps the environment. Are these changes a flash in the pan – or a real turning point? The ZDF “planet e.” documentary by Franca Leyendecker and Maike Wurtscheid: Wie die Umwelt profitiert.
The world is under lockdown – and nature can finally catch a break. Are animals around the world really better off than before the Corona crisis? The ZDF “planet. e” documentary by Franca Leyendecker and Kathi Liesenfeld: Wie die Tierwelt sich verändert.
Donor hearts are rare and the waiting list is long. The 13-month-old Daniel and the two-year-old Franka have been waiting for the saving donor heart for months. How do their parents deal with the fear that their children may die at any moment? A film by Berndt Welz from the series 37°: Kleine Herzen – Warten auf ein zweites Leben.
Money makes the world go round – but can it also save the environment? A new generation of investors wants to force corporations to become eco-friendly. The ZDF “planet e.” documentary by Dennis Berger and Frank Bethmann: Will green money change the world?