Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Ancient-Forest-Destruction---Updated-English-Cinema-Version-27MZIF20B1CS.htmlConceptually similarAncient Forest Destruction - (GP UK Version)GP0STULI0Completed★★★★Bushmeat and Poached GorillaGP03F0TCompleted★★★★Carving Up The Congo - English Version With SubtitlesGP03F12Completed★★★★Carving Up The Congo - English Version Without SubtitlesGP03F13Completed★★★★Amazon's Silent Crisis AnimationGP0STOF72Completed★★★★Finnish Lapland Logging ClipreelGP0STOXNTReadyForCataloguing★★★★Animals are Hard to Replace - Protect Forest HabitatGP03ZXCCompleted★★★★Canada's Boreal Forest Degradation Clipreel - Long Version (B-Roll and Soundbites)GP0STRBVHCompleted★★★★West Papua Illegal Logging GP03EZACompleted★★★★View AllGP03F0CAncient Forest Destruction - Updated English Cinema VersionA short film directed by Julien Temple and narrated by Ewan McGregor and Sir David Attenborough. The film opens with a human family played by Andy Serkis and Emma Fielding, experiencing the terrifying destruction of their home by chainsaws and bulldozers. This opening scene is then juxtaposed with the incredible beauty of the world's remaining ancients forests, gorillas and monkeys in their natural habitat and real footage of the relentless destruction of these forests.Date:18 Oct, 2004Credit:© Greenpeace / BBC, National Geographic Society, Nitrate Films UKDuration:2m38sAudio format:Final MixProduction Type :ADVERT / PSA-PROMORestrictions:Any edits to this video must be approved by Greenpeace UK.Keywords:Ancient forests-Chainsaws-Deforestation-Destruction-Families-Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-Forests (campaign title)-Gorillas-KWCI (GPI)-Loggers-Logging practices-Monkeys-Negative mood-Paper-Paper industry-Televisions (TVs)-Timber industry-TreesShoot:Ancient Forest Destruction - Short FilmHow would you feel is your home was torn down around you? Sir David Attenborough, Ewan McGregor and Andy Serkis lend their talents to this illustation of how forest communities are suffering precisely this fate as a result of illegal and destructive logging. Directed by Julien Temple.