Human by French photographer, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, is a one of a kind movie. It is social, it is political, it is humanistic.
HUMAN is a collection of stories about and images of our world, offering an immersion to the core of what it means to be human. Through these stories full of love and happiness, as well as hatred and violence, HUMAN brings us face to face with the Other, making us reflect on our lives.
One film, different platform of expression
Since 2012, the crew behind human has been gathering an exceptional range of content.
This unique collection of interviews and images is intended to be shared with the widest possible audience.
Drawing on this unrivalled collection of images, Yann Arthus-Bertrand offers us a galaxy of works adapted for all platforms and every type of interaction: cinema, television, the digital space, and major public events.
The film will only be released in France starting September 12th, but there is many other ways to experience it. To learn more about the movie, you can go to the official website.
You can also go to the youtube page of the movie, where you can see glimpses of HUMAN.
Here is also the first part of an extended version of the movie :
Overall, HUMAN aims to start a digital movement.
The movie is available everywhere and to everyone. Therefore, it is more than one experience. this project is a baton that citizens of the world can pass on as a symbol of their commitment to greater solidarity.
To share about HUMAN on social network, you can use the hashtag : #WhatMakesUsHuman
Séverine has always been a movies lover. After studying film and media both in Paris, France and in California (UCSB), she became a videomaker. Fan of visual images, she co-created HolaHollywood with Dulce Osuna, where she can give substance to her thirst for film and TV.