Based on the book of the same name, Kiss the Groundlooks at the impact of an underappreciated but essential resource, the very ground that feeds us. Featuring interviews with celebrity chefs, ranchers, farmers, and top scientists, Kiss the Ground shows how to become an agent in humanity’s single most important and time-sensitive mission: reverse climate change and effectively save the world—all through the choices we make in how and what to eat.
The film also explres how we can bring back our soil by supporting its biological life — leading to carbon sequestration, water restoration, abundant natural food, restored thriving ecosystems, and farmer prosperity.
“PASSIONATE“ – TVGuide
“COMPELLING“ – SF Chronicle
“INNOVATIVE“ – People Magazine
“GROUNDBREAKING“ – Awards Daily
“INSPIRES A RARE FEELING OF HOPE” – NY Times
“EARTH’S CLIMATE SAVIOR” – LA Times
“OSCAR-WORTHY” – Digital Journal
Microplastic Madness – Brooklyn kids take on plastic pollution is an inspirational and optimistic take on the local and global plastic pollution crisis as told through a refreshing urban youth point of view with a powerful take action message.
Having spent a decade making documentaries about everyday Americans, filmmaker Andrew Cohn offers a compassionate portrait of two flawed working-class men that explores identity, privilege, and racial bias.