Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese, and Trent Reznor’s Important but Flawed Statement

December 13, 2016 by Joshua
in Art, Awareness, Inc.com, Leadership, Nature

My Inc.com article today, “Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese, and Trent Reznor’s Important but Flawed Statement,” began

Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese, and Trent Reznor’s Important but Flawed Statement

Before the Flood brings global warming to your living room and Hollywood. But does it lead to changing the behavior that causes it?

Leonardo Di Caprio played Romeo, the lead in Titanic, then the highest grossing film ever, and won an Oscar fighting a bear. Martin Scorsese is the most Oscar-nominated director alive, having revolutionized film making and directing over half a century.

Their movies earned 31 Oscar nominations and grossed $1.3 billion.

Trent Reznor has won an Oscar and Grammy for his scores. Time named him one of the world’s most influential people. Fisher Stevens, with a “mere” one Oscar is the least decorated of the crew, though producing The Cove gave him nature film experience.

You couldn’t pick a more a qualified team in the art of cinema. What about doing something about climate change and pollution?

They recently released their collaboration, Before the Flood, which National Geographic has made available free. Here it is [EDIT: YouTube keeps removing the movie, but people repost it, so if you search on your own, you may find it]:

Read the rest at Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese, and Trent Reznor’s Important but Flawed Statement.

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