Monday, September 21, 2009

7 pm today, screen lesson for the world: don’t be stupid

Mumbai On Tuesday, along with other cities in over 40 countries, Mumbai will learn how not to be stupid. The lesson is scheduled to begin at 7 pm when the The Age of Stupid, a futuristic documentary-drama-animation on climate change directed by UK-based director Franny Armstrong will be premiered at Blue Frog in Lower Parel, along with screens in cities like Berlin, Buenos Aires, Turkey and Thailand across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the US. The documentary-drama-animation hybrid starring Oscar-nominated Hollywood actor Pete Postlethwaite (of the The Usual Suspects fame), traces the life of an old man — the only man alive — in the year 2055, when runaway climate change would have ravaged the planet...The film was made with cash raised from ‘crowd-funding’ a concept of selling ‘shares’ to 223 individuals and groups in UK interested in the issue of climate change. About 450,000 pounds were collected by funding, a film representative said from UK.
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