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The age of stupid (2009)

The Age of Stupid is a 2009 British documentary film by Franny Armstrong, director of McLibel (1997) and Drowned Out (2002), and founder of 10:10, and first-time producer Lizzie Gillett. The executive producer is John Battsek, producer of One Day in September (1999).



An Inconvenient Truth (2006)

An Inconvenient Truth is a 2006 American documentary film directed by Davis Guggenheim about former United States Vice President Al Gore's campaign to educate citizens about global warming via a comprehensive slide show that, by his own estimate made in the film, he has given more than a thousand times. The idea to document his efforts came from producer Laurie David, who saw his presentation at a town-hall meeting on global warming, which coincided with the opening of The Day After Tomorrow. Laurie David was so inspired by Gore's slide show that she, with producer Lawrence Bender, met with Guggenheim to adapt the presentation into a film. (Wikipedia)


The day after tomorrow (2004)

The Day After Tomorrow is a 2004 American climate science fiction disaster film co-written, directed, and produced by Roland Emmerich and starring Dennis QuaidJake GyllenhaalIan HolmEmmy Rossum, and Sela Ward. The film depicts catastrophic climatic effects following the disruption of the North Atlantic Ocean circulation in a series of extreme weather events that usher in global cooling and lead to a new ice age.[2] Filmed in Toronto and Montreal, it is the highest-grossing Hollywood film made in Canada (adjusted for inflation). (Wikipedia)


Before the flood (2016)

Before the Flood is a 2016 documentary film about climate change directed by Fisher Stevens. The film was produced as a collaboration between Stevens, Leonardo DiCaprioJames PackerBrett Ratner, Trevor Davidoski, and Jennifer Davisson Killoran. Martin Scorsese is an executive producer. (Wikipedia)


Waterworld (1995)

Waterworld is a 1995 American post-apocalyptic science fiction action film directed by Kevin Reynolds and co-written by Peter Rader and David Twohy. It was based on Rader's original 1986 screenplay and stars Kevin Costner, who also produced it with Charles Gordon and John Davis. It was distributed by Universal Pictures. (Wikipedia)


Climate hustle (2016)

Climate Hustle is a 2016 film rejecting the existence and cause of climate change, narrated by climate change denialist[1] Marc Morano, produced and directed by Christopher Rogers, co-written by Morano and Mick Curran, and funded by the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), a free market pressure group funded by the fossil fuel lobby.


Chasing ice (2012)

Chasing Ice is a 2012 documentary film about the efforts of nature photographer James Balog and his Extreme Ice Survey (EIS) to publicize the effects of climate change, directed by Jeff Orlowski.[1] It was released in the United States on November 16, 2012.


It’s tomorrow (2016)

Its Tomorrow is an upcoming Indian film about Climate Change written by Dr. Rajeshkumar Acharya and is being directed by Zanane Rajsingh. The film is being jointly produced Nanoland Group (USA & India). It is being produced in two parts in the USA along with breath-taking visuals shot in natural calamity occurring regions of the world including Japan, Tibet, Philippines, Argentina, Iceland and India. It will be dubbed in nine languages and is scheduled to release in November 2014. It will be dubbed in nine languages and is scheduled to release 2015 - 2016.


Carbonnation (2010)

Carbon Nation is a 2010 documentary film by Peter Byck about technological- and community-based energy solutions to the growing worldwide carbon footprint. The film is narrated by Bill Kurtis. ASIN: B0055T46LA (Rental) and B0055T46G0 (Purchase).

The anthropologist (2015)

The Anthropologist is a 2015 American documentary film directed by Seth Kramer, Daniel A. Miller, and Jeremy Newberger of Ironbound Films.[1] The film follows environmental anthropologist Susie Crate and her teenage daughter Katie as they visit indigenous communities threatened by climate change. Featuring commentary from Mary Catherine Bateson, daughter of famed anthropologist Margaret Mead, the film explores how human beings adapt to catastrophic change.


If you love your children (2014)

If You Love Your Children is a 2014 Canadian short film - depicting climate change, directed and produced by Sanjay Patel. The film has received many awards and nominations since its release in August 2014. If You Love Your Children is a story of Raj, an engineer working in the energy industry who wants to write a book about climate change. In his quest to get the book published, he loses everything - his job, his girl and his hope. But Raj finds his commitment to be stronger than his desires and in the end, he rises above his losses to realize his dream.


Climate change denial disorder (2015)

Climate Change Denial Disorder (CCDD) is a satirical short film which parodies climate change denial and perspectives on climate changethrough discussion of a fictional disease. The film stars actors Ed Begley Jr., Timothy Brennan, and Susan Yeagley. It was directed by Carly Usdin, written by Nicol Paone, and produced by Brianne Trosie. The film was released on April 14, 2015, by comedy video website and film/TV production company Funny or Die and on April 16 to YouTube.


The great global warming swindle (2007)


The Great Global Warming Swindle is a polemical documentary film that suggests that this the scientific opinion on climate change is influenced by funding and political factors, and questions whether scientific consensus on global warming exists. The program was formally criticised by Ofcom, the UK broadcasting regulatory agency, which upheld complaints of misrepresentation made by David King.