Posts Tagged ‘documentary’

Anthropocene Gets Exclusive 4K Engagement on iTunes

By Lauren Malyk | Playback Distributed by Mongrel Media, the hit doc will be available for a limited time in a premium format ahead of its Sundance screening. Read more: http://playbackonline.ca/2018/12/19/anthropocene-gets-exclusive-4k-engagement-on-itunes/#ixzz5a9UKSeSi

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Cinefest: Stark warning amidst beauty

By Mary Keown | The Sudbury Star  There is a scene in Anthropocene: The Human Epoch during which a man nonchalantly jumps off the ladder of an excavator. It is the largest excavator in the world and as the camera pans outward, you realize just how enormous this piece of equipment really is. This excavator, which…

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TIFF Review: ‘Anthropocene: The Human Epoch’

By Patrick Mullen | Point of View Magazine  Jennifer Baichwal, Edward Burtynsky, Nicholas de Pencier document the devastating consequences of human activity in Anthropocene. In a way, they’ve been documenting it for nearly fifteen years. Anthropocene is the third installment in the team’s epic trilogy of spectacular environmental essay films that began with Manufactured Landscapes (2006) andWatermark (2013). The latest film is…

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Alicia Vikander Joins Toronto-Bound Documentary ‘Anthropocene’ As Narrator

By Andreas Wiseman | Deadline EXCLUSIVE: Tomb Raider and The Danish Girl star Alicia Vikander has lent her voice to big-canvas documentary Anthropocene: The Human Epoch, which will get its world premiere this week at the Toronto Film Festival. The science-themed doc, from filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier and photographer Edward Burtynsky, contends that human impact on the planet means we have…

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Seville International heads to Cannes with ‘Anthropocene’ (exclusive)

By Jeremy Kay | Screen Daily Heading into Cannes next week Seville International has boarded worldwide rights to the documentary Anthropocene. The film is co-directed by veteran documentarians Jennifer Baichwal (Long Time Running), Nicholas de Pencier (Black Code) and photographer Edward Burtynsky (Watermark). The third in a series about humanity’s impact on Earth, Anthropocene follows the research by an international…

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Telefilm, Rogers invest $1.6M across six docs

By Camille Gushy | Playback | April 27, 2016 Anthropocene (pictured) from Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky was among the projects to receive funding through the Theatrical Documentary Program. Read more on Playback.

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Baichwal, Burtynsky Partner Again for Anthropocene

By Jordan Pinto | Playback | January 11, 2016 If you’ve never heard the word “Anthropocene” then you’re probably not alone. The term, which describes a new geological epoch brought about by man’s impact on the planet, is the focal point of a new documentary from award-winning filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky and Mercury Film’s DOP…

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Return of the Anthropocene Team

Strictly Docs | January 11, 2016 Director Jennifer Baichwal with producer/cinematographer Nick de Pencier and 
world-renowned photographer and co-director Edward Burtynsky are reuniting for a third time to make Anthropocene – a unique documentary looking at our current geologic time period. And why exactly is that worth investigating, you say? Well, for those familiar with the filmmakers’ works will…

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