Looking back at… Film reviews 3
Tuesday, February 10th, 2015 By
We’ve reviewed films about climate change to unsustainable economics, here we take a look back at some of those reviews.
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1. Mother: Caring for 7 Billion (2011) – Mother: Caring for 7 Billion is a documentary that explores one of the factors causing environmental, humanitarian and social crises: population growth. Read more.
2. Inside Job (2010) – Inside Job is a well received and Oscar-winning documentary on the financial crisis. The film argues that the crisis was predicted and could have been prevented. Read more.
3. Emptying the Skies (2013) – Based on a magazine essay forthe New Yorker, Emptying the Skies chronicles the poaching of migrating songbirds in the Mediterranean, where they are considered a delicacy. Read more.
4. The One Percent (2006) – Filmmaker Jamie Johnson, who is heir to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, looks at the growing wealth gap in the US in the 2006 documentary The One Percent. Read more.
5. Extreme Realities (2014) – Extreme Realities investigates how weather patterns are changing rapidly and how climate change is causing it. Read more.
6. Future of Hope (2010) – Documentary Future of Hopefollows a series of Icelandic individuals that are striving to change the world in terms of culture, society and environmental considerations. Read more.
7. The Economics of Happiness (2011) – The Economics of Happiness is a documentary that features voices across six continents calling for systematic economic change. Read more.
8. Unacceptable Levels (2013) – Unacceptable Levels looks at the widespread use of artificial chemicals and their effects on the natural environment and human health. Read more.
9. The UK Gold (2013) – Released last year, The UK Goldjoins the ranks of post-recession documentaries focusing their ire on economic injustice. Read more.
10. Trashed (2012) – Trashed, staring Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons, looks at the dangers human waste is creating in terms of the food chain, environment and health. Read more.
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