One Planet One Future Film

About The Film

“I want to take viewers on a journey and inspire them. I want them to realize that each and every one of us can become a positive geologic force. Our daily thoughts and actions affect the planet as a whole, and that is empowering. It means that if mankind chooses to, we can change the future of our planet overnight.”

Anne de Carbuccia

As a leading environmental artist, Anne de Carbuccia has for the last decade artistically portrayed and documented human-caused threats to the planet, including drought, plastic oceans, species extinction and endangered cultures. Her feature-length documentary, One Planet One Future, addresses our need to adapt as a species to the Anthropocene: the new era in which the impact of humans overwhelms natural cycles with fires, floods, pollution, super typhoons and a deadly virus that has paralyzed the world. A burning planet and a silently spreading disease provide incontrovertible evidence for the necessity of systemic change.

 

On her expeditions around the world creating her art installations, Anne meets a new generation of women and men who are working to save our planet and is inspired by their commitment and their achievements. Her narrative recounts the stories and the diversity of these young protagonists whom she calls “Earth Protectors”.

“Anne’s work opens a portal to the heart of humanity that science on its own has been unable to forge. It carries a message that complements and amplifies scientific data - and I am convinced that science alone cannot create the change that the planet deserves and so urgently needs.”

 Dr. Julie Pullen, Earth Scientist

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BIOGRAPHY

Anne de Carbuccia is a French American artist and filmmaker who travels to the world’s most remote locations to document through her art endangered environments, species and cultures.

Her images have been exhibited in museums and public institutions throughout Europe  and the United States. Her debut short film, One Ocean, was presented at the 75th Venice International Film Festival and is available in English, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese in free streaming at One Ocean.

Anne has established the Time Shrine Foundation in the USA and the One Planet One Future Association in Italy to raise awareness on climate breakdown and human-caused threats to the planet.

She compensates her carbon footprint with MyClimate.