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The Age of Stupid

Funded by concerned citizens and activists, ‘The Age of Stupid’ is a new, critically-acclaimed film by director Franny Armstrong.

 

The main protagonist is an old man living alone in a climate-changed future in 2055, looking at documentary footage shot in 2008 and wondering why we didn’t do anything to stop climate change when we had the chance. The team behind the film is also aiming to turn people who watch the film into climate activists through their ‘Not Stupid Campaign’. People can visit their website and fill out ‘stupid’ and ‘not stupid’ certificates to the three best and worst public figures from each country. For more information, check out www.ageofstupid.net as well as www.350.org

 
 
 

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