US Trailer for 2040 / Launching in Virtual Theatres June 5th #MustSee

DAMON GAMEAU’S VISIONARY FILM BRINGS A DIFFERENT STORY TO THE CLIMATE CRISIS CONVERSATION

Motivated by his 4-year-old daughter and concern for the planet she will inherit, award-winning Australian director Damon Gameau (​That Sugar Film, 2015​), embarks on a global journey to discover what the future of the planet could look like by the year 2040 if we embraced the best solutions already available to us, and shifted them rapidly into the mainstream.

Guided by the voices of 100 child interviewees aged 6 to 11 who describe the kind of world they would like to see by the year 2040, Damon draws on the best minds from around the world across climate, economics, technology, civil society, education, agriculture and sustainability to conjure a positive portrait of what ‘could be’, instead of the dystopian future we are so often presented.

Together Films presents 2040, one of the highest grossing Australian documentaries of all time to American audiences in virtual theaters beginning June 5th

 

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DAMON GAMEAU’S VISIONARY FILM BRINGS A DIFFERENT STORY TO THE CLIMATE CRISIS CONVERSATION

Following its world premiere at Berlinale ‘19, Together Films presents 2040, one of the highest grossing Australian documentaries of all time,  offering new hope to the climate crisis conversation.

Motivated by his 4-year-old daughter and concern for the planet she will inherit, award-winning Australian director Damon Gameau (​That Sugar Film, 2015​), embarks on a global journey to discover what the future of the planet could look like by the year 2040 if we embraced the best solutions already available to us, and shifted them rapidly into the mainstream.

Guided by the voices of 100 child interviewees aged 6 to 11 who describe the kind of world they would like to see by the year 2040, Damon draws on the best minds from around the world across climate, economics, technology, civil society, education, agriculture and sustainability to conjure a positive portrait of what ‘could be’, instead of the dystopian future we are so often presented.

“This is the narrative the next generation needs to see, to aspire to, and to believe is possible.”

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