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Exploring Consciousness

Thought-provoking films featuring humanity's spiritual search, from ancient wisdom traditions to the latest interfaith dialogues and scientific investigations. Since 1996.

NOW SCREENING: A beautiful movie to inspire your start of 2017!
at the Labia on Orange


A film by photographer and storyteller Yann Arthus-Bertrand
60 countries - France, 2015. 130 minutes.
Original soundtrack by Armand Amar

Premiere on Sunday 18 December at 6.00pm


Screenings extended until Thursday 19 January 2017
daily at 6pm.

Two screenings daily at 12 noon and at 6pm
from Friday 20 to Thursday 26 January 2017.


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HUMAN is a spectacularly beautiful and deeply humanistic documentary film by acclaimed photographer, filmmaker and global storyteller Yann Arthus-Bertrand.
What does it mean to be human?
What is the meaning of life?
Why do we keep making the same mistakes generation after generation?

Filmed in 60 countries over the course of three years, this film has three voices:
the voice of the People, the testimony of the Earth, the lyrical voice of the Music.


A unique collaboration financed by the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation. The film is a project of the GoodPlanet Foundation.


Yann Arthus-Bertrand visionary founder of the GoodPlanet Foundation.



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