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Vision Films, Trafalgar to release Jeff Bridges’ “Living In The Future Past”

Vision Films has teamed with cinema distributor Trafalgar Releasing for the North American theatrical release of Academy Award winner Jeff Bridges’ documentary Living In The Future’s Past. Produced and narrated by The ...
May 14, 2018

Vision Films has teamed with cinema distributor Trafalgar Releasing for the North American theatrical release of Academy Award winner Jeff Bridges’ documentary Living In The Future’s Past.

Produced and narrated by The Big Lebowski actor Jeff Bridges (pictured), the feature-length documentary incorporates elements of evolution, neuropsychology, emergence, ecology and energy to shift how humanity perceives ecological challenges. The film also brings together scholarly thinkers, scientists, and a variety of Earth’s creatures to reveal profound concepts about humanity and its future.

Featured in the documentary are scientist and astronaut Piers Sellers, Being Ecological author Timothy Morton, physicist and author Leonard Mlodinow, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander General Wesley Clark, and Emotional Intelligence author Daniel Goleman, among others.

Living in the Future’s Past was produced by Jeff Bridges and Susan Kucera, and executive produced by Jim Swift.

The theatrical release will begin in New York, Los Angeles and select theater’s on October 5 before rolling out nationwide on October 9. Vision Films is also handling worldwide distribution.

The documentary held its world premiere at Santa Barbara International Film Festival this past February.

The film has been the recipient of many awards across the world, including the UN Gold Award for Outstanding Achievement in International Communications; the Gold Medal for Best Documentary on climate change and sustainability by NY Festivals; and IndieFEST’s Film Award’s Best in Show.

About The Author
Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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