A Liberatum feature documentary on our enviromental health and climate change featuring Steve McCurry, Mark Ruffalo, Cher and Noam Chomsky among many other leading thinkers and artists
Global multidisciplinary cultural organisation Liberatum will release a new film in late 2019 called ‘In This Climate’, a powerful new documentary about the environment and climate change, directed by Liberatum founder Pablo Ganguli and Liberatum creative director Tomas Auksas. This compelling and thought provoking documentary features some of the most eminent thinkers and celebrated creative minds of our time sharing their personal insights about the environmental health of our world today, and more importantly, discussing how our civilization can combat climate change.
Academy Award nominated actor Mark Ruffalo, the legendary Academy Award winning actress and musician Cher, artist Marina Abramovic, broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough, linguist and philosopher Noam Chomsky, top diplomat and former head of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Christiana Figueres, scientist James Anderson (Harvard), economist Jeffrey Sachs, novelist Ian McEwan, photographer Michel Comte, entrepreneur and conservationist Susan Rockefeller, atmospheric scientist Kerry Emanuel (MIT), fashion designer Dame Vivienne Westwood, photographer Steve McCurry are just some of the names that appear in the film, to offer their perspectives and candid opinions on issues surrounding climate change and how our world is facing up to its responsibilities.
‘In This Climate’ will be released in late 2019. The timing of the film is important in that it will raise the public’s awareness of this urgent crisis and further the work of the UN Climate Conference and its aims. The film will be screened at cinemas, schools, universities, cultural centres, events and festivals globally to educate and inspire people from all walks of life, especially the youth, to take action and combat climate change. Liberatum will also launch a one year programme in over thirty countries to raise environmental awareness and promote wildlife conversation.