Anima Mundi - The Film

The trailer for this documentary is great--I'm looking forward to viewing the entire film. Has anyone else seen it yet?

“Will you survive the transition of human industrial civilization happening now due to peak oil and climate change? Can you see the forest for the trees, the earth for the dream, the universe for the seed? Anima Mundi is an innovative documentary about the planetary animal called Gaia and the human animal we deny, we deny at our own peril, yet a peril that is perfect in design”.

Anima Mundi is a home-made grass-roots film made with a very low embodied fossil-fuel energy, but with lots of love and synchronicity.

David Holmgren – co-founder of Permaculture
John Seed OAM – Deep Ecology
Stephan Harding – Gaian Ecology
Vandana Shiva – Human Rights
Michael C Ruppert – Peak Oil (as seen in the movie Collapse)
Michael Reynolds – Earthships (as seen in the movie Garbage Warrior)
Noam Chomsky – Activism
Dr Mark O’Meadhra – Integrative Medicine
Dr Christine James – Psychology
Permablitz – Permaculture

Directed and Produced by Peter Charles Downey.

- A United Natures Independent Media production

- Full High Definition

- Length: 78 minute (or 56 minute TV edit)

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  • I like the way this is presented very much... the reason it is that it is presented in a very sane and not radicalized manner.  I have previously avoided discussions on environmental issues because it is so often hijacked by foolhardy radicalism which only succeeds in draining the power from the urgency of the required awareness we need as a species if we are to survive.  Finally, this trailer portrays what appears to be a truly artful and enlightened perspective presented in a responsible manner!  Thanks to the producers, writers, and director/s of this film.  I look forward to watching the entire film.

  • Bonnie, thank you for sharing this. I was deeply moved by the trailer and would like to view the film soon!  This inspires me as I write/film my dissertation. The perspectives from the featured participants are unique and thought-provoking. 

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