A Film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Yann Arthus-Bertrand, the filmmaker of Home, artist, photographer, and specialist for aerial photography worked 3 years on his new movie: Human.

He collected real-life stories from more than 2000 women and men in 60 countries. Stories about topics, which matter to us all: poverty, war, homophobia, the future of the planet, love, and happiness. It’s a beautiful mix of moving stories, impressive aerial images, and ground photography.

The beautiful music was created by Armand Amar, who also composed the music for Home.

The movie was released in plenty of different formats and lengths. On the Internet is an extended version available, which contains 3 volumes with 90 minutes each.

On the YouTube channel there are additional videos with portraits, behind-the-scenes, and much more.

Go, watch the film! The Bettencourt Schueller Foundation, French TV France 2 and Google made an exceptional effort to bring this GoodPlanet Foundation film to everybody for free. And better bring handkerchiefs.