Sustain What? Telling Climate Stories on Screen
Join longtime journalist Andy Revkin of the Columbia Climate School in an exploration of the latest efforts to use film and TV to engage audiences with human-driven climate change.
Andy’s guests are:
Scott Z. Burns, writer, director and executive producer of the Apple TV+ series “Extrapolations” (Among many other credits, Burns also wrote the screenplay for the prescient 2011 pandemic thriller “Contagion”)
Extrapolations is an eight-part limited series interlacing a globe-spanning, time-spanning set of climate stories from the near future. The final segment runs on Friday April 21.
Show info: https://apple.co/3Kwat2s
Anna Jane Joyner, founder of Good Energy, a nonprofit consultancy helping filmmakers tackle climate-related themes.
Ben Eckersley, an early-career filmmaker focused on telling climate stories that reveal “how our economic needs conflict with environmental and ethical aspirations.”
Please click here for more information and viewing options; https://www.earth.columbia.edu/videos/view/telling-climate-stories-on-screen