Directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, 90 Minutes, France 2009. Narrated by Glenn Close. In English.
The movie is a collection of unique aerial footage from over 50 countries, which will try to show the state of the planet in natural and urban areas with the goal of inciting people to act.
"Home is a film with a message that sets out to shift people's perceptions, make us aware of the tectonic movements at work and incite us to act. Although there is a general trend in our societies towards an awareness of ecological issues, concrete action is still too little, too slow - which constitutes in some ways the creed of the movie: It's to late to be pessimist" Denis Carot, Producer.
Sunday, June 7 around 8.30pm @ Central Park - 79th Street and 5th Avenue.
In the United States, HOME will be broadcast in the US on June 5th at 9pm ET/PT exclusively on the National Geographic Channel, as part of the film's worldwide premiere in conjunction with World Environment Day June 5 th and can be viewed on Youtube:
in English at www.youtube.com/homeproject
in Spanish at www.youtube.com/homeprojectes