After the recent screening of The Age of Stupid, an indie film with a novel approach to environmental documentary, some of the audience lingered for some climate change chit-chat, pondering the pros and cons of doomsday messaging.
The end of the world is nigh, and may even be bad news
Humanity is on course to wipe itself out in the very near future. Some people think of this as a bad thing.
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Monday night is the global premiere of “ The Age of Stupid.” The film is a scorching appeal for humans to avoid knowingly up-ending the earth’s climate, delivered from the vantage-point of 2055, when the giant London Eye ferris wheel looks more like a waterwheel, with its bottom immersed in the Tham
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Icelandic Minister Attends The Age of Stupid Premiere
Icelandic Minister for the Environment Svandís Svavarsdóttir, along with British Ambassador to Iceland Ian Whitting, will attend the Iceland movie premiere of The Age of Stupid in Smárabíó, Kópavogur, on September 22 at 8 pm.
Review: The Age of Stupid Gets Smart on Enviropocalypse
Blurring the boundary between sci-fi and documentary, Franny Armstrong’s The Age of Stupid peers back in time from a climate crisis-wracked 2055 to lament our current inaction on the mother of all conflicts: The war on terra. The film premieres globally on Monday.