Nature Social issues 4K 10x3'

Zoom Out

Between August 2015 and July 2016, more than 451 million trees were cut down in the Amazon, representing a destroyed area of 7,989 km2. In Ben Guerir in Morocco, an open-pit mine with 24-hour production allows the extraction of 3 to 4.5 million tons of phosphates each year.

Witnesses to the impact of our societies on the landscape and the disproportionate way in which mankind develops, these activities leave an indelible mark on our planet.

The first series shot entirely with a drone, Zoom Out offers an aerial view of this damage. In a 3-minute sequence shot, each episode goes from the human scale to the global scale to measure the extent of the ecological crisis in the four corners of the world.

1 - Greenhouse

2 - Sun City

3 - Interchange

4 - Gemasolar

5 - Gold Mining

6 - Sheerness

7 - Laxminagar

8 - Gaziphur

9 - Circular Farms

10 - Garzweiler

Direction: Simon Bouisson & Ludovic Zuili

Production: La Barone for ARTE France

Languages: French, English

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