We believe that film is a medium that can inspire audiences to take action. Vulcan Productions tells stories that take viewers on a journey across the world; joining filmmakers who are uncovering and exposing wildlife criminals or capturing the people fighting on the front lines of global health crises.

Below you can find a list of Vulcan Productions films available on some of the most popular streaming services. This Friday when you pick the movie, pick something that will leave you inspired.

The Ivory Game


Somewhere in Africa, an elephant runs terrified in the night from the sound of a gunshot. Somewhere else in Africa, after the gunshot, you hear nothing.

Award-winning director Richard Ladkani and Academy Award® nominated director Kief Davidson filmed undercover for 16 months, moving across the continents of Africa and Asia, infiltrating and documenting the deep-rooted corruption at the heart of the global ivory trafficking crisis. Their cameras follow a band of remarkable heroes; from intelligence organizations, such as the Tanzanian Task Force, intelligence gathering and whistle-blowing initiatives like WildLeaks, undercover activists, high-level conservationists and frontline rangers. Together they take on the fight, to bring down poachers, traffickers and corrupt government officials.

Stream “The Ivory Game”, free with your Netflix subscription.

Unseen Enemy


In the 21st century, we are all connected.

Population growth, mass urbanization, deforestation, climate change and increased travel have dramatically increased the risk that familiar diseases will spread and mutate, and new ones will emerge. As people enter new spheres of biodiversity, they come into closer contact with other species, increasing the risk of viruses jumping from animals to humans, and then spreading more widely. Travel from Vancouver to Hong Kong, New York to Liberia, Leipzig to New Delhi and from Rio de Janeiro to Kinshasa, as “Unseen Enemy” helps us discover that our connection can be either incredibly dangerous or a powerful force for good. As it turns out, we are all the frontline in global health.

You can watch this gripping documentary, included free with your Amazon Prime subscription.

Ballet Now


New York City’s Prima Ballerina Tiler Peck is attempting to execute a groundbreaking vision, she’s mashing together worlds of tap, hip-hop, ballet and even clown artistry for her curated show at a famed ballet program. “Ballet Now” is a rare, unfiltered glimpse into the world of ballet. Throughout the film, as Tiler faces the demands of an incredibly challenging production, she is driven to show young people the beauty, possibilities and freedom of dance and expression.

You can stream “Ballet Now” for free with your Hulu subscription.

Naledi: A Baby Elephant’s Tale


Once upon a time, under a starry night sky, a baby elephant was born.

“Naledi” is the perfect film selection for the whole family, the true story of a baby elephant born into a rescue camp in the Botswana wilderness. When she’s suddenly orphaned at one month, the keepers and scientist looking after the herd become tireless surrogate mothers, and end up fighting for her life.

Stream Naledi, free with your Netflix subscription.


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