Three documentaries on nature to watch online

Aug. 13, 2020

The time is now: What should be the relationship between humans and nature? The following three documentaries that you can watch online on Guidedoc offer us breathtaking trips through the fascinating natural world to get closer to this answer.

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Faroe Islands, The Hidden Secret


This short film was completely shot with drones that flew over the skies of the Faroe Islands to bring us never-before-seen beautiful images of this incredible island formation in the North Atlantic. 

The film was made by drone artist Thomas Vitali, who invites us on a contemplative journey in order to awaken our capacity for wonder at the nature that surrounds us.

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Snow To Sand


Following an ancient route, explorers Shawn Forry and Justin Lichter embark on a hike through the Pacific Crest Trail from Canada to Mexico. 

This documentary presents majestic views on this mountain range tour that includes snowy mountains, dense forests and beautiful natural lakes. “Snow To Sand” seeks to teach us a healthy way to connect spiritually and physically with nature through a sport with a low environmental impact.

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Curiosity and Control


In a more academic approach, this documentary takes us through the most important natural history museums in the world to learn about contemporary notions about what should be the most suitable relationship between humans and nature. 

In the film, the filmmakers also visit zoological gardens and consult the opinion of experts in the field to generate a discussion on the subject. 

Filmed in cities like Paris, New York, Stockholm and Chester, the title of the film refers to the most important values that we must have when approaching nature. May our curiosity never be curbed, but we must maintain control to preserve the ecosystem in which we live.


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