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“HOME”, by Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Screened on 5 June 2009

Runtime: 93′ (free release)
120′ (theatre release)

The film Home is a journey across planet Earth filmed in 54 countries in over 120 locations which took 217 days of shooting over 18 months to complete. On 5 June, it was available free to view on YouTube, and at screenings around the world.

The film was introduced by Arni Snaevarr, UNRIC Nordic Desk Officer and UNRIC focal point for the environment.

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