Planet Of The Humans, from director Jeff Gibbs, has been released in its entirety for free on YouTube, for 30 days.

Last summer, filmmaker Michael Moore debuted the latest documentary feature, Planet Of The Humans he’s involved with at a film festival in Michigan. It’s a movie that follows the environmental movement and the struggles it’s faced. Furthermore, the mistakes that the filmmakers argue that it’s made (involving ceding to the interests of corporations in some cases).

Moore has executive produced this one, which has been directed by Jeff Gibbs.

In terms of distribution of the movie, though, things had been a little quiet (and not just because of the cinema lockdown around the world). But things have become a whole lot clearer with the news that Moore is giving the film away for free. He’s made it available on the YouTube channel of his Rumble Media company, and it’s available to view for free now.

You can see the film below (and click through to see it on YouTube), released for Earth Day…

You have 30 days to watch this one before it gets taken down. More at its website, here.

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