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‘Time to Choose’ Trailer: Oscar Winner Charles Ferguson Tackles Climate Change

24 April 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

One of the most divisive issues among politicians is that of global warming. There’s plenty of evidence out there to point to the environment being affected by humanity, and that’s exactly what Oscar-winning director Charles Ferguson (No End in Sight, Inside Job) wants to call attention to. Charles Ferguson was said to previously be working […]

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- Ethan Anderton

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Watch: New Trailer for Charles Ferguson's Earth Doc 'Time to Choose'

22 April 2016 6:33 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Happy Earth Day! To celebrate the occasion, I wanted to feature a trailer for a documentary about climate change and what we can do to save this big, beautiful planet we all live on. Time to Choose is the latest documentary from Oscar-winning filmmaker Charles Ferguson (of Inside Job, which won Best Doc in 2010; No End in Sight) and it focuses on the many people around the world actually coming up with and implementing creative solutions to the climate problem. It's a fantastic doc that I highly recommend. "We hope that when audiences see this film, they will see the tragedy unfolding, the urgency of stopping it, and all the remarkable and innovative ways we are using to build a sustainable, prosperous future for Earth." Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Charles Ferguson's doc Time to Choose, direct from Facebook: "First people deny there's a problem. Then they deny there's a solution. »

- Alex Billington

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Watch: Celebrate Earth Day With Powerful Trailer For Climate Change Documentary 'Time To Choose'

22 April 2016 1:24 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Documentary filmmaker Charles Ferguson shows no fear when it comes to tackling controversial subject matter. Taking on the Iraq war with "No End In Sight" in 2007, and the economic crash with 2010's Oscar winning "Inside Job," both were in depth, incendiary works, showcasing a real no-nonsense finesse for the craft of non-fiction feature filmmaking. Read More: Tribeca Review: Alma Har'el's Dreamlike And Poetic Documentary 'LoveTrue' Next on Ferguson's plate was an ultimately abandoned CNN documentary about current presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. It seems like the Clintons had no interest in seeing the wholesome, well managed image they have built over the years touched up upon by Ferguson. The director later told Huffington Post, "...nobody, and I mean nobody, was interested in helping me make this film. Not Democrats, not Republicans — and certainly nobody who works with the Clintons, wants access to the »

- Jordan Ruimy

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