Eight unique and thought provoking short films on climate change. Overuse, inadequate transport and bioethanol from the rainforest. While world leaders are planning for the future of the planet, eight young directors ponder over issues that affect global warming. The films take a closer look at some of the climate problems the world faces today; problems politicians and policy makers around the world will have to relate to.
Like: when a fish is landed in Esbjerg only to be shipped to China to be filleted. And then shipped to central France to be prepared for frying, and finally eaten as fish fingers in Denmark by the fisherman, who caught it.
Basic information Credits Festivals & awards
Original title Climaniacs
Danish title Climaniacs
Other titles 100 års opvarmning, Adam og Eva, En fisks lange rejse, På sporet af elbilen, Et grønt skridt frem, Rejsecirkus, Sandheden bag den grønne benzin, Vejrmanden
Director Christoffer Dreyer, Camilla Magid, Adam Rieper, Julie Bezerra Madsen, Fenar Ahmad, Eirik Sæter Stordahl, Nynne Becher Standrup, Anders Skovbjerg Jepsen
Producer Mette Mailand
Production country Denmark
Production companies Express TV-Produktion
Technical info color, Sound

Companies

Production companies Express TV-Produktion

Direction

Direction Christoffer Dreyer
Direction Camilla Magid
Direction Adam Rieper
Direction Julie Bezerra Madsen
Direction Fenar Ahmad
Direction Eirik Sæter Stordahl
Direction Nynne Becher Standrup
Direction Anders Skovbjerg Jepsen

Production

Producer Mette Mailand
Serial producer Jakob Gottschau

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