11th Hour
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11th Hour

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Director: Nadia Conners, Leila Conners Petersen

Cast: Nadia Conners, Leila Conners Petersen, Leonardo DiCaprio, Mikhail Gorbachev


Co-directors Leila Conners Petersen and Nadia Conners conduct interviews with some of the world's leading scientists and creative thinkers in a film that asks whether or not it's too late to avoid the ecological disaster that looms ominously on the horizon. In addition to exploring how the human…  See more details below


Co-directors Leila Conners Petersen and Nadia Conners conduct interviews with some of the world's leading scientists and creative thinkers in a film that asks whether or not it's too late to avoid the ecological disaster that looms ominously on the horizon. In addition to exploring how the human race has arrived at this crucial point in history, conversations with 50 leading thinkers, scientists, and leaders including former Soviet prime minister Mikhail Gorbachev, world-renowned scientist Stephen Hawking, and sustainable design experts Bruce Mau and William McDonough to find out just what humankind can do about the most pressing issues of our time.

Product Details

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Warner Home Video
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[Wide Screen]
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Special Features

11th Hour featurette gallery:; Nature's Operating Instructions and Solutions; Solutions We Have Right Now; Wonder of the World; Our Reactions in the Face of Environmental Collapse; Religious Perspectives; Subtitles: English, Français & Español (Main feature, bonus material/trailer may not be subtitled)

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Leonardo DiCaprio Narrator
Mikhail Gorbachev Participant
Stephen Hawking Participant
R. James Woolsey Participant
Raymond L. Anderson Participant
Ken Ausubel Participant
Janine Benyus Participant
Tzeporah Berman Participant
Lester Brown Participant
Tim Carmichael Participant
Theo Colborn Participant
Herman Daly Participant
Wade Davis Participant
Peter deMenocal Participant
Brock Dolman Participant
Sylvia Earle Participant
Rick Fedrizzi Participant
Gloria Flora Participant
Omar Freilla Participant
Nathan Gardels Participant
Michel Gelobter Participant
Leo Gerard Participant
Thom Hartmann Participant
Paul Hawken Participant
Richard Heinberg Participant
James Hillman Participant
Jeremy Kent Jackson Participant
Wes Jackson Participant
Tom Linzey Participant
Andy Lipkis Participant
Oren Lyons Participant
Wangari Maathai Participant
Jerry Mander Participant
Bruce Mau Participant
William McDonough Participant
Bill McKibben Participant
James Parks Morton Participant
Wallace J. Nichols Participant
David Orr Participant
Mathew Petersen Participant
Stuart Pimm Participant
Sandra Postel Participant
Andy Revkin Participant
Stephen Schneider Participant
Paolo Soleri Participant
Paul Stamets Participant
David Suzuki Participant
Joseph Tainter Participant
Betsy Taylor Participant
John Todd Participant
Vijay Vaitheeswaran Participant
Peter Warshall Participant
Sheila Watt-Cloutier Participant
Andrew Weil Participant
Diana Wilson Participant
Homero Aridgis Participant
Jerry Franklin Participant
Bill Gallegos Participant
Byron Katie Participant
Berito Kuwaru'wa Participant
Rabbi Michael Lerner Participant
Steve MacAusland Participant
Jeremy Narby Participant
Carolyn Raffensperger Participant
Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf Participant
Matthew Simmons Participant
Steven Strong Participant
Nancy Todd Participant
Tezozomoc Participant
John Trudell Participant
Pierre Senizergues Participant
Dierdre Wallace Participant
Kent Nagano Conductor

Technical Credits
Nadia Conners Director,Production Designer,Screenwriter
Leila Conners Petersen Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Luis Alvarez y Alvarez Editor
Eric Avery Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision
Christopher Bahry Animator
Jean Pascal Beintus Score Composer
Jean-Pascal Benitus Score Composer
Doyle Brunson Executive Producer
Chuck Castleberry Producer
Jean de Pomereu Production Manager
Al Decarolis Executive Producer
Irmelin DiCaprio Executive Producer
Leonardo DiCaprio Producer,Screenwriter
Steen Brix Eriksen Camera Operator
Larry Ewing Producer
Brian Gerber Producer
Bettina Godi Asst. Director
Dennis Haggerty Sound/Sound Designer
Peter Youngblood Hills Cinematographer
Andre Holzmeister Animator
Bruce Mau Design Incorporated Animator
Norm Johnston Camera Operator
Greg Judelman Animator
Felicia Kawarta Makeup
Brian Knappenberger Cinematographer
Erik Krim Animator
Adam Lewis Executive Producer
Marcel Luiz Animator
Leonardo Mateus Animator
James Mathers Camera Operator
Stephan McGuire Associate Producer
Judith McKay Animator
NAKD Studios Animator
Larry Neukum Camera Operator
Pamela Nichols Makeup
Rose Procopio Makeup
Bruno Rojas Animator
Andrew Rowland Cinematographer
Pietro Scalia Editor
Pierre Senizergues Executive Producer
Andy Snavley Sound Editor
Carolina Soderholm Animator
Stacy St. Onge Makeup
Gary Traveaso Camera Operator
Heidi Zimmerman Associate Producer

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The 11th Hour
1. Infected Organism [5:21]
2. Out of Balance [5:13]
3. Alternatives to Sunlight [5:19]
4. Resource Extraction [3:17]
5. Climate Change [6:01]
6. Scientific Evidence [3:33]
7. Dumping Grounds [5:48]
8. Soil Degradation [4:37]
9. Economic Interests [5:36]
10. Consumer Commodities [5:38]
11. Extinction Crisis [5:04]
12. Sustainable Design [3:16]
13. Waste Free [4:48]
14. Energy Is the Key [5:01]
15. Passion for Place [6:35]
16. Task of Our Generation [5:32]
17. End Credits [4:00]


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The 11th Hour 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would recommend this to everyone, as this is extremely important to our survival. This DVD gives hope and many suggestions how we as individuals can help.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film is packed with information, but never comes off as too overwhelming or slow paced. Interviews with experts in all realms of environmentalism are paired with images and video footage of real events that illustrate the point. Perhaps the best thing about the 11th hour is that while the first 60 minutes explain how the environment has been/is being damaged, the last 30 minutes focus on ways people are helping it, ending on a hopeful and positive note, inspiring the viewer to take any action they can. For around 5 dollars, this is one you'll want to own and share with everyone curious to know what all the fuss is about.
isbjorn More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best documentaries I have seen on the climate crisis and I own several of them. Both information and science are presented in such a way that even one who knows very little about global warming can easily understand and learn. I must have given away over 75 copies to friends and family and all have expressed nothing but praise for this film. It is one of the best educational tools I have found. Many thanks should go to DiCaprio for his generosity and commitment to these issues.
ObjectiveReviewer More than 1 year ago
There was one key point that was illustrated in this movie that made the entire movie worth watching. They did a great job graphically showing the value of the services that nature provided to us for free. Of course being short sighted as we are, we destroy nature and later try to scramble and create an artifical inferior alternative...
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