News About The Letter
President Michael D Higgins facilitates screening of movie with film director and movement leaders in Ireland’s presidential estate
Laudato Si’ Movement leads discussion on climate change in Rome-based forum
COP15 comes only a few weeks past COP27 and as expected from the meeting in Sharm-El-Sheik, it is seen to be a groundbreaking moment in the protection of biodiversity.
The exhibition features scenes from the film and testimonies from climate emergencies from across the globe
Representatives from Zambia, Uganda, and Keyna reflect upon scenes from the film and ask challenging questions about the environmental crisis’ impact on young people
Policy experts and civic leaders find urgency and moral reflection in the movie The Letter
The Letter film inspires discussion on the moral choices needs to address climate crisis among church leaders, scientists, and policymakers
The film The Letter premieres in Brazil. Chief Dadá Borari discusses the film among activists, youth, and faith leaders days after Brazil’s presidential election.
This documentary on Laudato Si’, released 1 week ago, already has almost 3 million views – why? Here are 3 simple but exciting reasons!
Less than three days after the release of The Letter, we’ve surpassed one million views on the film. Here are our million reasons for hope