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More than a movie, HOME will be a major event all over the globe : for the first time ever, a film will be released on the same day in over 50 countries and on every format : movie theatres, TV, DVD and Internet.

In connection with The World Environment Day 2009, which started on 1972 by the United Nations to cause “worldwide awareness of the environment and enhances political attention and action,” The Home Project, a film directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand and produced by Luc Besson, has been released on TV, DVD, and Youtube for World Environment Day 2009.

Meanwhile, here is the full trailer of the Film:

Tweet and Follow World Environment Day and tweet for trees.

The one and a half hour film uses beautiful, high definition aerial photography from over 60 countries around the globe to tell the story of Earth’s worldwide ecosystem, how humans have affected it, and how environmental problems are all interconnected. In addition to being released on YouTube, Home is being shown in theaters across the director’s home country of France, including a free screening tonight at the Eiffel Tower, is being shown on French television, and sold on DVD at the French bookstore chain, FNAC.

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English Subtitled Home film [FULL]: or watch directly from the HomeProject channel.

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Dan Brown’s New Book, The Lost Symbol, Set for September Release
Dan Brown made the Catholic Church’s enemies list for “The Da Vinci Code” and “Angels and Demons” and lived to tell about it. His third book in his Robert Langdon series “The Lost Symbol” will be out in September to tempt fate and Jesus again.

Author of the controversial book The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown is with yet again another novel in his Robert Langdon series. The Lost Symbol will be published in the U.K. on the 15th  of September by Transworld Publishers, a division of The Random House Group who has been publishing all of Dan Brown’s books.

“This novel has been a strange and wonderful journey,” said Brown. “Weaving five years of research into the story’s twelve-hour timeframe was an exhilarating challenge. Robert Langdon’s life clearly moves a lot faster than mine.”

And The Lost Symbol will hit the big screen. In fact, Sony Pictures are moving forward with an adaptation of the book with Tom Hanks in the lead role once again.

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