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Human Energy screening

It's an energetic story about people from 12 European different countries, hobbits sort of speak, frightened by the catastrophic perspective of climate change. They break the stereotypical approach and take power into their hands to fight with multinational energy corporations differently. By creating RES (renewable energy source) coop movement they show how to take care of ourselves, empower people to act, change the attitude to common goods and make together money on it.

There are countries where EVERYONE can get from a green business more than from a bank deposit. Would 5% convince you to change your energy supplier? Give up fossil fuels? Stop feeding the greed of multinational corporations? To stop feeling like FUEL...

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  • Adam Dzenis
  • Adam Dzienis
  • Weronika Bloch
  • Adam Dzienis
  • Runtime:
    57 minutes
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Director Biography - Adam Dzenis

producer, director, editor, actor, photographer, journalist.
A graduate of the Theater Academy in Warsaw, Poland. Author of many documentaries and television shows, including a series of reportages: "Paths into Marley " filmed in Jamaica (2008) or documentary „Persona” about Krystian Lupa. Actor, screenwriter and director of the television culture show "Łossskot", (HUGO Award Chicago 2007). Winner of the prestige EBU Connect Award 2010 for the promotional film "Tour de Pologne" (2009). Experimental Short film "Rasta", 2012 was shown at the Łaźnia Center for Contemporary Art during the International Festival IN OUT, Gdańsk 2015 and selected for VI International Film Festival Golden Frame, Ukraine.
His latest documentary "Human Energy" was selected at 20 international festivals, including Canada, Greece, Italy, Malaysia, Morocco, Pakistan, Panama, Poland, Romania, Russia, South Africa, Spain and USA.
🏆Best Film Colorado International Activism Film, USA (2019)
🏆 Honorable Mention Humanitarian Award and 🏆 Award of Merit on Accolade Global Film Competition, USA (2018)
🏆 Best Cinematography – Alternative Film Festival, Canada (2018)
🏆 Award of Merit in Best Liberation/Social Justice/Protest Film on The Impact DOCS Awards, USA (2018)

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