North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival

The Hundred Years' Binge

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THE HUNDRED YEARS' BING is based on an essay published in 1989 in the New Yorker, and re-posted to the New Yorker Archives newsletter for Earth Day 2022, entitled “The End of Nature.”

It is shocking to confront how much we knew that long ago, and how little has actually been done since then to avert the climate and extinction crises now urgently facing us. So shocking that Jack has written a poem about it, “The Current Predicament,” extracted from Bill McKibben’s New Yorker essay, which we have turned into a film, as a call to action for our viewers.

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  • Runtime
    15 minutes
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  • Country
    United States
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  • Director
    Pamela Falkenberg, Jack Cochran
  • Screenwriter
    Jack Cochran
  • Producer
    Pamela Falkenberg
  • Cinematographer
    Pamela Falkenberg
  • Editor
    Jack Cochran
  • Production Design
    Pamela Falkenberg
  • Sound Design
    Jack Cochran