Screening of French Documentaries about Climate and Environment
Russia and France attach great importance and make joint efforts to solving global environmental problems, including the lack of clean water on the planet and the lack of biodiversity caused by climate change. A series of screenings at Community Center will raise issues of ecosystem conservation, responsible consumption and production, combating climate change, waste management, and others. Many of the films will be shown in Russia for the first time — for example, Legacy, notre héritage by the famous French filmmaker Yann Arthus-Bertrand, author of the acclaimed documentary hits Home and A Thirsty World.
The curators of the program are Anastasia Lobanova and Fyodor Bakulin. Screenings will be followed by video meetings with the filmmakers.
Films will be screened in their original language with Russian subtitles.
The cost of the entrance ticket is 150 ₽. The ticket is valid throughout the day of the purchase. Concession tickets are free for children under 14 years old, pensioners, visitors with disabilities and members of large families.
October 20, 7 pm
Legacy, notre héritage. Russian premiere
Directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, France, 2021, 100′
October 21, 6 pm
Threats in the Northern Seas. Zoom Q&A with director
Directed by Jacques Loeuille, France, 2018, 52′
October 21, 7:30 pm
Jean Jouzel, in the battle of the century. Russian premiere and zoom Q&A with director
Directed by Brigitte Chevet, France, 2021, 52′
October 22, 6 pm
Oceans: The Plastic Mystery. Russian premiere
Directed by Vincent Perazio, France, 2016, 52′
October 22, 7:30 pm
The Zimov Hypothesis. Zoom Q&A with Nikita Zimov and the director
Directed by Denis Snegirev, Russia, France, 2021, 52′