Our selection of 5 documentaries that help to understand climate issues
Before The Flood
Produced by actor Leonardo Dicaprio, recently appointed as Messenger of Peace on climate issues at the United Nations. The film moves captivatingly between the wastelands of Greenland, the burning forests of Sumatra and the corridors of the Vatican, DiCaprio explores the shocking way in which climate change is impacting the planet.
One Strange Rock
By American director, writer and producer Darren Aronofsky (Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan, Mother!). “One Strange Rock” is a documentary series narrated by Will Smith. The series paints a new portrait of our planet Earth. From its bowels to the sky, discovering its fauna and flora.
Through the original Netflix documentary series “Our Planet” or “Your Planet” presents the fascinating wonders of nature and the emblematic and wildlife species that remain there. We are all part of this wonderful planet, but we are changing it like never before. Discover the history of the environment we call home.
The WWF, which initiated the project, has also designed a site to accompany this awareness-raising work and show how to work to save what we see in these images.
Produced and narrated by actress Natalie Portman, the documentary Eating Animals questions the origin of the products we consume. In line with a raging debate, it denounces the rise of a harmful industry guided by overexploitation and insensitive to animal suffering, which cultivates a questionable obscurantism.
Oceans is a French documentary directed by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud.
It questions the imprint that man imposes on wild life and answers the question: “The Ocean ? What is the Ocean?”