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It took 488 hours of filming from helicopters and 217 days shooting in 54 different countries for Yann Arthus-Bertrand to make Home, a spectacular documentary of huge emotional effect, that opens our eyes to the real impact global warming, deforestation, and pollution will have on the earth. Mankind stands at the crossroads between continuing as before or embarking on a new path to revolutionary and eco-compatible choices, the only ones that can avert sure disaster. Following from Davis Guggenheim's An Inconvenient Truth, his acknowledged source of inspiration, celebrated photographer Arthus-Bertrand, in his directorial debut, has created an accurate, compelling portrait, both in content and imagery, that totally engages the viewer.
Photographer, journalist, and environmentalist, collaborator with GoodPlanet.org in the development of projects on
renewable energy sources, Arthus-Bertrand is noted for his naturalistic style in aerial photography, as seen in numerous
series for Altitude, an agency he founded in 1991, and for the UNESCO sponsored La terre vue par le ciel project (1994), besides a touring exhibition and a hugely successful publication on which a feature (2004) of the same name was based and presented at CinemAmbiente 2005.
France , 2009, 90'
Ecosystems And Biodiversity, Climate Change, Animals