Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano, Kenya © HOME – an ELZEVIR FILMS – EUROPACORP coproduction


Lakagigar volcanic system, Iceland (64°07’N - 18°14’W). © HOME – an ELZEVIR FILMS – EUROPACORP coproduction


Tungnaa River, north-east of Landmannalaugar © HOME – an ELZEVIR FILMS – EUROPACORP coproduction


Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA (44°27'N - 110°51' W). © HOME – an ELZEVIR FILMS – EUROPACORP coproduction


Lake Powell, Utah, USA (37°18' N – 110°45' W). © HOME – an ELZEVIR FILMS – EUROPACORP coproduction


Iguazu Falls, Misiones Province, Argentina and Brazil (25°42' S – 54°26' W). © HOME – an ELZEVIR FILMS – EUROPACORP coproduction


Graphic formation on frozen Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia (53°46’N - 108°19’E). © HOME – an ELZEVIR FILMS – EUROPACORP coproduction

About the movie

Directed by photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand and narrated by Glenn Close, HOME takes you on a visually stunning, spectacular voyage around the world.

It is a unique film that approaches the current debate about climate change from a whole new angle, giving viewers the opportunity to see for themselves how our earth is changing. Going well beyond the scientific reports, charts and graphs, this film is an inspiration that speaks to our hearts and touches our souls.

Spanning 54 countries and 120 locations, all seen from the air, the film captures the Earth’s most amazing landscapes, showcasing its incomparable beauty and acknowledging its vulnerability. HOME is a compelling emotional reminder of what is at stake: the Earth, in all its beauty, and the people who live on it.

HOME is the first major film about climate change that has been made using only aerial photography.

The film marks artist and activist, Yann Arthus-Betrand’s feature film directorial debut.

HOME is a non-for-profit film project, produced by the French film director and producer Luc Besson (Europacorp), Denis Carot (Elzevir Films) and supported by the PPR group.


More than a film, HOME was conceived as a gift to the public and has been a major event all over the globe.

Since World Environment Day, June 5, 2009, when it was released worldwide across all media platforms – theater, television, DVD and Internet – more than 600 million people has watched the 118-minute film. On the day of its release, free screenings took place across 5 continents. Today, the film has been translated into many languages, broadcast on numerous television channels and seen over 15 million times on YouTube.

Watch the film : http://youtu.be/jqxENMKaeCU?hd=1

If you are an NGO or a school and that you wish to organize a free screening of the film HOME, please contact the GoodPlanet Foundation: home@goodplanet.org