Film: “Anthropocene – The Human Epoch” is Epic Cinematic Meditation on Human Impact on Earth’s Evolution

After watching ANTHROPOCENE: THE HUMAN EPOCH, a smart and sensitive colleague of mine commented, “Wow, this is a beautifully made film that says humanity sucks.”

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - I’d have to agree. But, fundamentally, ANTHROPOCENE is a clarion alarm that reverberates inspiration as well as caution and that makes it a must-see for all humans who hope that planet Earth will be habitable by our progeny and their progeny for many generations to come.

ANTHROPOCENE, the latest from Canadian documentarian Jennifer Baichwal, is an epic cinematic meditation focusing on human impact on Earth’s evolution. Through image and narration, it presents the research of the Anthropocene Working Group, an international body of scientists who track Earth’s geological evolution.

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