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Apple's Board Member Al Gore Set to Release a new Film on Climate Change called 'Truth to Power'



In April 2015 SunPower and Apple formed a solar power joint venture in China and then a month later Apple expanded on their renewable energy & environmental protection initiatives in China. Then in June 2016 Apple quietly created an energy subsidiary called 'Apple Energy.' So it was anything but a surprise to learn that Apple's CEO introduced an advanced screening of the new film by Al Gore last night to a Silicon Valley audience.


Prior to last night's event, the news of the new project surfaced at the Sundance film festival in January. In 2006, "An Inconvenient Truth" propelled Al Gore's climate change activism to a new level of awareness, proving that distilling a PowerPoint to a feature-length format doesn't have to make great cinema to achieve its goals. A decade later, "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power" does it all over again, with somewhat more engaging filmmaking and a far greater sense of urgency.


Co-directed by Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk (taking the reigns from "Truth" director Davis Guggenheim), the filmmakers manage to improve on the limitations of the original by showing more of Gore's resilience in the field. For more on this story, see Indiewire's original report.



Apple's CEO Introduces Al Gore at Silicon Valley Event


Those interested in this subject can buy Al Gore's book on Amazon here.


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For more reviews from Rotten Tomatoes, click here. The film's limited release is scheduled for July 28, 2017


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