Ironbound Films, Inc.
07 Dec 2015
3:15 - 9:30pm
UNESCO Pavilion, Le Petit Palais, UNESCO Headquarters
Le Bourget, Avenue Winston Churchill, 7 Place de Fontenoy
Paris, France, 93350, 75008, 75007
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Straight after its world premiere at DOC NYC, the documentary THE ANTHROPOLOGIST has been invited to COP21.
Straight after its world premiere at the DOC NYC Film Festival on November 13, 2015, the much-buzzed-about documentary THE ANTHROPOLOGIST has been invited to the 2015 Paris Climate Conference COP21. Filmmakers Seth Kramer and Daniel A. Miller and environmental anthropologist Susie Crate, whose story is told alongside Mead’s in THE ANTHROPOLOGIST, will participate in a panel and debate and introduce the international premiere of the trailer.
THE ANTHROPOLOGIST examines climate change like no other film before. The fate of the planet is considered from the point of view of American teenager Katie Crate. Over the course of five years, she travels alongside her mother Susie, an anthropologist studying the impact of climate change on indigenous communities. Their journey parallels that of renowned anthropologist Margaret Mead, who for decades sought to discover how external forces transform culture.
The COP21 events featuring THE ANTHROPOLOGIST include:
Monday, December 7, 3:20pm, UNESCO Pavilion, Le Bourget, Paris: Kramer, Miller, and Crate participate in a panel discussion of THE ANTHROPOLOGIST.
Monday, December 7, 4:45pm, Earth To Paris main stage, Le Petit Palais, Paris: Kramer introduces the international premiere of the trailer for THE ANTHROPOLOGIST. The event livestreams in six languages at www.earthtoparis.org.
Monday, December 7, 8pm, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris: Kramer, Miller, and Crate participate in a debate about social transformation in the face of climate change, the central theme of THE ANTHROPOLOGIST.
UN Foundation, UNESCO