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