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IRREPLACEABLE

Directed by Rob Curry
Produced by Paul Williams
An urgent and lyrical account of endangered places and the people fighting to save them
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Overview

Genre
Contemporary Issues, Human Interest, Environment, Nature, and Public Affairs
Synopsis

While there has been an extraordinary renaissance in films about the environment in recent years, very few have tackled the urgent issue of the politics of place. Irreplaceable takes a lyrical and cinematic approach to exploring the vital ties that exist between people, place and the natural world. Whether it’s ancient woodlands or inner-city allotments, the vast prairies of the American midwest or tropical coral reef, the film will explore connections to places, focusing on community – both human and wild – and the interwoven threads of belonging. By telling the stories of those digging-in to preserve a local treasure under threat from development, Irreplaceable will be a compelling call to resistance. Here, if you will, is a nature documentary with humans as the subject matter.

Treatment
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Stage
in development

Credits

  • Paul Williams ... Producer
  • Rob Curry ... Director
  • Tim Plester ... Director
  • Julian Hoffman ... Co-Producer

Production Details

Prod. Co.
Fifth Column Films
Country
United Kingdom
Years of Production
2020
Locations
UK, USA, GREECE, ASIA

Distribution Details


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