the live earth films

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July 18, 2007 by Jeremy Williams

When Live Earth was announced I greeted the news, like most of the world, with a shrug, but I’ve written about that elsewhere. But there was one little bit that caught my attention – the Live Earth Film Project, where they commissioned 30 film-makers to watch An Inconvenient Truth and then make a 1-10 minute response. They had some interesting names involved, including the Airside and D-Fuse collectives, Aardman Animations, and music video legend Johan Renck.

I saw most of the films on the day, and a good number of them are pretty awful, but there was some good stuff there too. I was hoping they would make them available for download, and they have. At least, three of them. They’re not great, but maybe they’ll post all of them eventually. Here’s one, Verinie Yeung’s Earth 2.0:

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