Thought-provoking films featuring humanity's spiritual search, from ancient wisdom traditions to the latest interfaith dialogues and scientific investigations. Since 1996.
Thanks to huge popularity of
are screening the first film made by
Yann Arthus-Bertrand screened once only as opening of our 20 years celebration
last January 2016.
HOME: a stunning visual portrayal of our fragile beautiful earth.
A film by award-winning aerial
photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand
Narrated by Glen Close. France, 2009. 118 minutes.
Score by Armand Amar with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra & the Shanghai Percussion Ensemble.
Daily at 1.45pm
from Friday 17 till Thursday 23 February 2017
Daily at 4pm
from Friday 24 till Thursday 2 March 2017
Enjoy a drink and snack on the new Garden Terrace
Book with Labia on 021 424 5927 or Webtickets / PicknPay
A stunning visual portrayal of our beautiful fragile Earth
Seven billion human beings (and zillions of other life forms) call this planet “Home”.
This visually dramatic film reflects our
planet’s fragile state in stunning high definition from a bird’s eye
view. Arthus-Bertrand brings us unique footage from 54 countries to
share with us the beauty and wonder of our planet. But over the past 60
years – a single lifetime – the Earth has been more radically changed
than by all previous generations of humanity. Yet it is not too late to
reverse the trend, to become aware of the full extent of our
responsibility for the earth’s resources and riches for our mutual
visionary founder of the GoodPlanet Foundation.