Climate change education org: age of stupid-- reviews, commentary: stephen h schneider, climate scientist portal website: media & arts feature age of stupid reviews schneider. Review: the age of stupid gets smart on enviropocalypse blurring the boundary between sci-fi and documentary, franny armstrong’s the age of stupid peers back in time from a climate crisis-wracked 2055 to lament our current inaction on the mother of all conflicts: the war on terra. The age of stupid review by penny cole the real star of the film the age of stupid is not pete postlethwaite (although his authentic air of puzzled disbelief mirrors what many of us feel so strongly these days. Blurring the boundary between sci-fi and documentary, franny armstrong’s the age of stupid peers back in time from a climate crisis-wracked 2055 to lament our current inaction on the mother of all conflicts: the war on terra. Franny armstrong’s fierce attack on climate change the age of stupid is stirring the pot in british political circles now her film is going.
Review by michael smith (veshengro) the age of stupid launched on dvd in the uk on october 19, 2009 price: £1999 certificate: 12a running time: 90 minutes. The age of stupid no cert, spanner films, £1956 climate change usually features in the movies either as the subject of earnest documentaries (al gore’s an inconvenient. I spoke with ms armstrong, who is 37, by phone after watching a review copy of “the age of stupid” over the weekend from the beginning, around 2002, she said one goal was to humanize the climate challenge the same way the feature film “traffic” took on the sweeping story of the drug trade. Looking back from the vantage point of a devastated, cg-crafted future, franny armstrong's cautionary climate-change tale the age of stupid outlines the present day ills that, in the film's. The age of stupid, makes a compelling case for how our current approach to the climate will define this period as completely stupid.
The age of stupid--a movie review by: dr jeff masters, 1:45 pm gmt on september 24, 2009 i attended an interesting film premier tuesday night--the international release of the anti-global warming pseudo-documentary the age of stupid. 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. Age of stupid review a stirring study of the damage we're doing to our planet.
Spiked reports from the premiere of the age of stupid , a cretinous film that unwittingly exposes the elitism and dodgy science of the green lobby. The age of stupid review by rob c - a solid documentary that gives a much broader and more compelling perspective on climate change than an inconvenient truth. The age of stupid directed by franny armstronguk cinema release 20 march/us release september no one likes being preached to, which doesn't bode well for any film on climate change. The age of stupid reviews home » watch the age of stupid movie » watch the age of stupid reviews notice: new: news section.
We checked age of stupid tao for scam and fraud our comprehensive ageofstupidtaode review will show you if ageofstupidtao is legit and whether it is safe. Share on facebook share on twitter share via email view more sharing options share on linkedin share on pinterest share on google+ share on whatsapp share on messenger close deserves a hearing pete postlethwaite as the archivist in the age of stupid franny armstrong's low-budget climate change. The age of stupid film, documentaries add review 0 love it save it time out says 4 out of 5 stars details users say (20) 4 out of 5 stars.
The age of stupid review submitted by mrs green on monday, 21 december 2009 add to favourites 4 comments last night, mr green and i watched the “age of stupid. 0 0 0 the age of “is this a documentary i’m watching or fiction orboth” has slowly crept up on us in past years i’m not just referring to stuff like the office which his shot like a documentary, but also about documentaries that are either disguising themselves as a feature films or blending a [. With: pete postlethwaite, jamila bayyoud, adnan bayyoud, alvin duvernay, piers guy, layefa malemi, fernand pareau, jeh wadia adding a touch of sci-fi showmanship to its sounding the alarm on climate change, “the age of stupid” is a lively and accessible call to action before it’s too late.
The age of stupid has just opened on 78 screens across the uk but i feel obliged to review it according to the way it was presented, as sf. Six true stories indicate that our time to reverse the impact of climate change may be running out - sydney morning herald online. The age of stupid led to the formation of the 10:10 carbon reduction campaign which now operates in 45 countries (www1010globalorg) recognising the film's unique contribution to independent filmmaking, the huffington post said that it represents the future of film, film culture and film distribution and marketing. Thusly, the age of stupid ' s £450,000 budget was raised by selling shares to 223 individuals and groups who each donated between £500 and £35,000 these groups range from a hockey team to a health centre. The age of stupid - la era de la estupidez completa con subtitulos - duration: 1 hour, 28 minutes. Read the empire review of the age of stupid find out everything you need to know about the film from the world's biggest movie destination.
The title of the documentary the age of stupid refers to the era of the audience according to the filmmakers, we are wasteful to the point of self-destruction, and the opportunity to prevent our society’s suicide has almost passed. Media & arts feature age of stupid reviews synopsis 1 : age of stupid reviews “the changes to our climate depicted by the age of stupid are certainly. Al gore's an inconvenient truth was a quietly persuasive documentary on global warming that probably made many converts the age of stupid, starting with its in-your-face title, is what might be called a hecture, a hectoring lecture on the same subject which, like a hell-fire sermon, might go. This ambitious documentary/drama/animation hybrid stars pete postlethwaite as an archivist in the devastated world of the future, asking the question: why didn't we stop climate change when we still.