a "biodiversity-themed" movie?

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Hi all, when referring to a movie which has biodiversity as its theme, is it correct to call it a "biodiversity-themed" movie? My query has to do with whether "themed" can be used this way.

Another example would be "air pollution-themed movie" when the theme of the movie is about air pollution.

Thank you very much.
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    Technically, you can use those two that way, but because they're not so familiar and because the beginning words are fairly long, I would suggest using something different:

    A movie about biodiversity.
    A movie on the theme of biodiversity.
    A movie about air pollution.
    A movie on the theme of air pollution.
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