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Kiss the Ground
© Benenson Productions / Big Picture Ranch / Green Planet Productions / The Redford Center
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AUTEUR(S)-RÉALISATEUR(S)

Josh Tickell, Rebecca Tickell

AUTEUR(S)

Johnny O'Hara

IMAGE

Simon Balderas

MONTAGE

Ryan A. Nichols, Anthony Ellison, Sean P. Keenan, Moment Lu, Darius Fisher

MUSIQUE ORIGINALE

Ryan Demaree

PRODUCTION / DIFFUSION

Benenson Productions, Big Picture Ranch, Green Planet Production, Redford Center

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"About two-thirds of the world's soil is desertifying, and the remaining topsoil will be gone within 60 years. Pesticides rebranded for farms from toxic chemicals developed by German scientist Fritz Haber, who also developed the poisons used in the gas chambers of the Holocaust, have been turning the world’s soil into dirt for decades, leading to poverty and global warming. There is hope, however, with “regenerative agriculture,” which could balance our climate, replenish our vast water supplies, and feed the world.
Josh Tickell and Rebecca Tickell examine the eye-opening history of soil narrated by Woody Harrelson. Including historical context about the Dust Bowl—the largest man-made environmental disaster—the film follows modern-day conservationists such as Ray Archuleta, who teaches farmers regenerative agriculture, and French Minister of Agriculture Stéphane Le Foll, who introduced the “4 per 1,000” Initiative, which 30 countries signed except for the US, China, and India. Kiss the Ground takes us around the world, showing a global movement to regenerate the world’s soil. A revolutionary group of activists, scientists, farmers, and politicians band together [...]"
(Judd Taylor - Tribeca Film Festival)

"About two-thirds of the world's soil is desertifying, and the remaining topsoil will be gone within 60 years. Pesticides rebranded for farms from toxic chemicals developed by German scientist Fritz Haber, who also developed the poisons used in the gas chambers of the Holocaust, have been turning the world’s soil into dirt for decades, leading to poverty and global warming. There is hope, however, with “regenerative agriculture,” which could balance our climate, replenish our vast water supplies, and feed the world.
Josh Tickell and Rebecca Tickell examine the eye-opening history of soil narrated by Woody Harrelson. Including historical context about the Dust Bowl—the largest man-made environmental disaster—the film follows modern-day conservationists such as Ray Archuleta, who teaches farmers regenerative agriculture, and French Minister of Agriculture Stéphane Le Foll, who introduced the “4 per 1,000” Initiative, which 30 countries signed except for the US, China, and India. Kiss the Ground takes us around the world, showing a global movement to regenerate the world’s soil. A revolutionary group of activists, scientists, farmers, and politicians band together [...]"
(Judd Taylor - Tribeca Film Festival)

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