The Global Oneness Project was created to discover and document the diverse ways in which the emerging consciousness of oneness is impacting people's lives. We are traveling worldwide with a small camera crew, asking people from a variety of disciplines whose work is grounded in a perspective of oneness for their stories and insights.
The 11th Hour brings together three-time Oscar nominee and long-time environmental activists Leonardo DiCaprio and filmmakers Leila Conner Petersen and Nadia Conners. The film explores how we live, how we impact the earth's ecosystems, and what we can do to change our course.
Healthy nutritious food should not be an elitist privilege; it should be an inalienable right. Agriculture touches everything. Every thing we ingest has a consequence, a consequence to our physical being, a reverse consequence to the soil that food was grown in and everything in between and beyond. Each decision we make in the process of buying and eating food enforces a specific paradigm. This film is an odyssey, my quest for clarity in what I’m finding to be a very hazy time in our adaptation as a species on this planet.
PUBLIC INTEREST PICTURES was founded by a group of individuals committed to making quality movies and promoting social and political change. Combining the power of film and the passion of people, our low-budget, highly acclaimed films have garnered broadcast deals, film festival awards, and critical praise.