2020Wed22Apr10:00 amFri22May10:00 amPlanet of the HumansMovie streaming on YouTube(April 22) 10:00 am - (May 22) 10:00 am Planet of the Humans OnlineType:Environmental,Free,MoviesWhere:VirtualAges:Teens (13 to 18 years),Tweens (10 to 12 years)
April 22 (Wednesday) 10:00 am - May 22 (Friday) 10:00 am
Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore’s Planet of Humans movie is free for 30 days on Rumble Channel on YouTube. The film asks the hard questions about failure of environmental movement to
Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore’s Planet of Humans movie is free for 30 days on Rumble Channel on YouTube.
The film asks the hard questions about failure of environmental movement to halt climate change save the planet and examines if we’ve been on ”wrong road” with so-called “green energy” that is anything but green. The film claims that environmental leaders have “lost their way” and “sold out to corporate interests.”
“As we suffer through one health and environmental crisis after another, it is clear we can no longer simply solar-panel-and-windmill our way out of this emergency,” say Moore and Gibbs.
Planet of the Humans takes a harsh look at how the environmental movement has lost the battle through well-meaning but disastrous choices, including the belief that solar panels and windmills would save us, and by giving in to the corporate interests of Wall Street. The film is the debut movie from Jeff Gibbs, whom Moore calls “a brave and brilliant filmmaker whose new voice must be heard.” Gibbs is a lifelong environmentalist and longtime collaborator of Moore’s with whom he co-produced Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11.
“We have ignored the warnings, and instead all sorts of so-called leaders have steered us away from the real solutions that might save us,” says Moore, who holds the all-time box office record for documentaries.
Jeff Gibbs, the writer/producer/director of Planet of the Humans, has dared to say what no one will — that “we are losing the battle to stop climate change because we are following environmental leaders, many of whom are well-intentioned, but who’ve sold out the green movement to wealthy interests and corporate America.” This film is the wake-up call to the reality which we are afraid to face: that in the midst of a human-caused extinction event, the so-called “environmental movement’s” answer is to push for techno-fixes and band-aids. “It’s too little, too late,” says Gibbs. “Removed from the debate is the only thing that might save us: getting a grip on our out-of-control human presence and consumption. Why is this not the issue? Because that would be bad for profits, bad for business.”
“Have we environmentalists fallen for illusions, ‘green’ illusions, that are anything but green, because we’re scared that this is the end — and we’ve pinned all our hopes on things like solar panels and wind turbines? No amount of batteries are going to save us, and that is the urgent warning of this film.”
This compelling, must-see movie – a full-frontal assault on our sacred cows – is guaranteed to generate anger, debate, and, hopefully, a willingness to see our survival in a new way—before it’s too late.
Watch the movie here on YouTube here