RACING EXTINCTION is the 2015 documentary by award-winning environmental filmmaker Louie Psihoyos, who uses shocking and unsparing images to draw attention to the worldwide extinction of species. He talks to scientists, environmental activists, engineers and journalists, uses a hidden camera to track down the trade in endangered species and works on concrete projects for animal conservation. The documentary paints a comprehensive picture of the current situation and makes it clear that man, as both polluter and victim, is yet the one able to still save the diversity of species.
Overview of all events of the theme day on 15.03.20: (Urban) Nature
Louie Psihoyos is an award-winning Greek-American photographer and documentary filmmaker. He won an Oscar in 2010 for his documentary film "The Cove". His documentary RACING EXTINCTION, produced by Dieter Paulmann, has been seen by 36 million people worldwide.