Former Vice President, Al Gore, to release follow-up Documentary on Climate Crises

The film will premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival on opening night.

VP Al Gore with former Mayor of Tacloban City Alfred Romualdez and Typhoon Haiyan survivor Demi Raya, in the Raya family home; Tacloban City, Philippines - Photo Credits- Jensen Walker

Paramount Pictures will release the follow-up to “An Inconvenient Truth” former Vice President Al Gore’s two-time Academy Award-winning documentary about the world’s climate crisis.

The sequel follows Gore as he continues his fight to build a more sustainable future for our planet a decade after the 2006 documentary brought climate change into the heart of popular culture. The follow up will show both the escalation of the crisis and the real solutions we have at hand for avoiding a catastrophe.

“Now more than ever we must rededicate ourselves to solving the climate crisis.  But we have reason to be hopeful; the solutions to the crisis are at hand.  I’m deeply honored and grateful that Paramount Pictures and Participant Media have once again taken on the task of bringing the critical story of the climate crisis to the world,” says Former Vice President Al Gore about the project.

Directed by Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk, the new film releases in 2017.

(pictured): VP Al Gore with former Mayor of Tacloban City Alfred Romualdez and Typhoon Haiyan survivor Demi Raya, in the Raya family home; Tacloban City, Philippines, March 12, 2016 / Photo Credits: Jensen Walker  

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