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Researchers aim to boost climate change themes in Hollywood movies

Researchers aim to boost climate change themes in Hollywood movies

A new study reveals that most Hollywood blockbusters fail to address the reality of climate change, despite public demand for more relevant content.

Patrick Whittle reports for TheAssociated Press.

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Amanda Shendruk: Climate change movies shouldn't be about only disaster and apocalypse

Hollywood should play a positive role in the fight against global warming by offering a wealth of stories that help humanity make sense of and address the present and future of life on a dangerously warming planet.

"Don’t Look Up" director donates $4 million to climate activism

"Don’t Look Up" director donates $4 million to climate activism

The award-winning filmmaker is revisiting his purposeful plot by investing in climate crusaders with a $4 million donation.
Jane Fonda is taking on Big Oil's political allies

Jane Fonda is taking on Big Oil's political allies

We spoke with her about her new climate efforts.
Don’t just watch: Team behind 'Don't Look Up' urges climate action

Don’t just watch: Team behind 'Don't Look Up' urges climate action

The satirical film, about a comet hurtling toward Earth, is a metaphor for climate change that has broken a Netflix record. Its director hopes it will mobilize the public.
'Don't Look Up' review: DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence headline  scathing climate-change satire that occasionally veers off course

'Don't Look Up' review: DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence headline  scathing climate-change satire that occasionally veers off course

In a grand science fiction tradition, "Don't Look Up" uses a disaster-movie framework as a metaphor for a reality-based crisis, with a huge comet hurtling toward Earth as a surrogate for indifference to addressing climate change. Yet this star-studded, extremely provocative satire at times veers off course itself, partially undermining its admirable qualities with the broadness of its tone.
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What "Don't Look Up" gets wrong about climate change

If climate change were plainly visible, and literally hurtling toward the planet, could society rise to the challenge? Leonardo DiCaprio doesn’t seem to think so.

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