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THE AGE OF CONSEQUENCES

PF Pictures - 80 min
  • DIRECTOR: Jared P. Scott | EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Sophie Robinson
  • STARRING: Michael Breen, Brigadier General Stephen Cheney USMC, Sharon Burke, Rear Admiral David Titley USN

SHOWTIMES 05/01/2017 (change date):

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Synopsis:

The Hurt Locker meets An Inconvenient Truth, THE AGE OF CONSEQUENCES investigates how climate change impacts resource scarcity, migration, and conflict through the lens of US national security and global stability.

Whether a long-term vulnerability or sudden shock, the film unpacks how water and food shortages, extreme weather, drought, and sea-level rise function as accelerants of instability and catalysts for conflict.

Left unchecked, these threats and risks will continue to grow in scale and frequency, with grave implications for peace and security in the 21st century.

Q&As

Fri, Jan 27 - 7p, 9p
Sat, Jan 28 - 3p (w/The New School), 5p, 7p
Sun, Jan 29 - 5p, 7p
Mon, Jan 30 - 7p (w/Clean Capital - SOLD OUT)
Wed, Feb 1 - 7p (w/NYU & Columbia)
Thurs, Feb 2 - 7p (w/NYU & Columbia)

 

 "Eye opening... made with cinematic polish” - The Hollywood Reporter

"a wake up call" – Indiewire

“Investigates climate change impacts in a new way” - NBC 

“Paints a stark warning” - BBC World News 

“The election of climate change denier Donald Trump underscores the urgency of this doc” - Toronto Star

“Laser-guided...relentlessly and stylishly offers a hard reality” - The Globe and Mail

 

TV

Director Jared P. Scott on CNN

Director Jared P. Scott on NBC

Interviewee Brig. Gen. Stephen Cheney USMC (ret) on BBC World News

 

AWARDS

Special Presentations - Hot Docs

Environmental Jury Award Nominee - Sheffield Doc/Fest

Viewfinders Competition - DOC NYC

Winner, Best Documentary Feature (festival unannounced) 

 

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Suzanne Smyth
5 out of 5 stars

a must see!

January 29, 2017
this thoughtful film brings the message of 'doing something' about climate change through another lens: the lens of war caused by shortage of food, water and sustainable living conditions. A complex subject broken down into completely understandable parts. a must see indeed!