Robert Golden has photographed many photo-stories; written/directed over 40 documentaries, 2 award winning feature films and 900 TV commercials. He has written 3 plays, 40 film scripts, 1 novel, may poems including the published and performed WINDOWS KISS THE SHADOWS OF THE PASSING THIRTY MILLION, and essays about photography, politics and culture. Recently he has been teaching young people about Democracy and about photo/film-storytelling for various EU projects. His novel, A FORGETTABLE MAN, has been re-published and a collection of essays called A ROLE FOR ARTISTS IN TROUBLED TIMES was published in January 2019. He recently finished a ‘lockdown’ filmed opera by Nigel Osborne called Osman and His SNAILS in support of a human rights prisoner which has had more than 15 million views and has just finished THIS GOOD EARTH.
By Robert Golden, Resilience.org
This film is about the reality of global warming, impoverished diets and rising hunger, disease and deaths, and also about loving the land and other living things.