On this page you will find a list of feature-length documentaries on the subject of environmental news and research. Every one of them are of exceptional quality and are highly recommended by the team at LMV. All have world-wide success and, therefore, set the bench-mark for environmental media productions.
Bag It. 2010.
Chicken and Egg Pictures and Mountainfilm. Directed by Suzan Beraza. Written by Michelle Curry Wright.
Dogwoof, Red Envelope Entertainment, Entendre Films, Third Eye Motion Picture Company, Inc. Written and Directed by Joe Berlinger. Director of Photography: Juan Diego Perez. Produced by Joe Berlinger, Liesl Copland, Robert Friedman, Jon Kamen, Ted Sarandos, Frank Scherma, Justin Wilkes (executive producers), Rachel Dawson, Daniel Luciano, Leslie Luciano, and Danielle Pelland.
Dirty Oil. 2010.
Dogwoof, The Co-Operative, and Babelgum Production. Written and Directed by Leslie Iwerks. Director of Photography: Suki Medencevic. Produced by Philip Alberstat, Mark Cranwell, Randy Bradshaw, Leslie Iwerks, and Rob Hilton. Narrated by Neve Campbell.
Food, Inc. 2009.
Dogwoof, Participant Media, and River Road Entertainment. Written and Directed by Robert Kenner. Director of Photography: Richard Pearce. Produced by William Pohlad, Robin Schorr, Jeff Skoll, Diane Weyermann (executive producers), Eric Schlosser, Richard Pearce, Melissa Robledo, Robert Kenner.
Into Eternity: A Film for the Future. 2010.
Film i Väst, Yleisradio (YLE), Atmo Media Network. Directed by: Michael Madsen. Written by: Jesper Bergmenn and Michael Madsen. Produced by: Tomas Eskilsson, Emilio Favali, Sami Jahnukainen, Lise Lense-Møller, Giorgio Oldani, Lisa Taube, Kristina Åberg. Edited by: Daniel Dencik, Stefan Sundlöf.
Our Daily Bread. 2005.
ICA Films. Director and Director of Photography: Nikolaus Geyrhalter. Produced by Markus Glaser, Michael Kitzberger, Wolfgang Widerhofer, Nikolaus Geyrhalter. Edited by Wolfgang Widerhofer.
Planet Earth. 2006.
BBC, Discovery Channel, NHK, and CBC. Produced by Michael Bright (executive producer), Fergus Beeley and Alastair Fothergill (series producers), Penny Allen, ,Vanessa Berlowitz, Mark Brownlow, Andy Byatt, Huw Cordey, Jonny Keeling, and Mark Linfield. Narrated by David Attenborough.
Plastic Shores. 2012.
LMV Productions. Written, produced and directed by Edward Scott-Clarke.
Sharkwater Productions and Diatribe Pictures. Written and Directed by Rob Stewart. Director of Photography: Rob Stewart. Produced by Rob Stewart.
Atlas Productions. Directed by Stephanie Soechtig. Produced by Stephanie Soechtig and Sarah Gibson.
The Age of Stupid. 2009.
Written and directed by: Fanny Armstrong. Produced by: Peter Armstrong, John Battsek, Lizzie Gillett, Bruce Goodison, Emily James, Andrew Ruhemann. Narrated by: Peter Postlethwaite
The Cove. 2009.
Oceanic Preservation Society, Diamond Docs, and Skyfish Films. Written by Mark Monroe. Directed by Louie Psihoyos. Produced by Jim Clark (executive producer), Fisher Stevens and Paula Dupre Pesmen.
The End of the Line. 2009.
Arcane Pictures, Calm Productions, and Dartmouth Films. Produced by: Christopher Hird, Jess Search (executive producers), Claire Lewis, and George Duffield. Narrated by Ted Danson. Based on: ‘The End of the Line: How Over-Fishing is Changing the World and What We Eat’ by Charles Clover.
Vanishing of the Bees. 2009.
Hive Mentality Films with The Co-Operative and Dogwoof. Written by Maryam Henein, George Langworthy, and James Erskine. Directed by George Langworthy and Maryam Henein. Director of Photography: George Langworthy. Produced by James Erskine and Holly Mosher (executive producers), Maryam Henein and George Langworthy. Narrated by Emilia Fox.