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2016, National Geographic, 96 min, USA, Dir: Fisher Stevens

The threat posed by climate change becomes soberingly clear in this timely and informative documentary. Host Leonardo DiCaprio takes us to corners of the planet already affected by global warming, speaking with policy makers, experts and others eager to spread the warning before it’s too late.

2014, A.U.M Films & First Spark Media, 85 min, Dir: Kip Andersen, Keegan Kuhn

While much of the environmental movement focuses on such things as fossil fuel use, animal agriculture (the leading cause of deforestation, responsible for more greenhouse gases than the transportation industry) remains underreported. This eye-opening documentary marshals some shocking statistics, informative interviews and a dash of humor to examine one of the planet’s greatest threats, as intrepid filmmaker Kip Andersen asks why so many are so silent about large-scale factory farming - and what we can do about it. “A documentary that will rock and inspire the environmental movement.” - Darren Aronofsky.

2013, Relativity Media, 116 min, USA, Dir: Scott Cooper

The gritty new thriller from director Scott Cooper (CRAZY HEART) stars Christian Bale as Russell Baze, a steel mill worker in a declining Rust Belt town. When his younger brother (Casey Affleck) runs afoul of a crime ring and vanishes, local police prove ineffectual, and Russell embarks on a dangerous quest for justice. The top-flight cast includes Woody Harrelson, Forest Whitaker, Willem Dafoe, Zoe Saldana and Sam Shepard.

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