Trailer revealed Presented by Jeff Bridges for Award-Winning Documentary Living in the Future’s Past Ahead of October Release
Jeff Bridges’ Award-Winning Documentary ‘Living in the Future’s Past’ Brings a Fresh Perspective on Being Human for our Challenging Times and Asks “What Kind of Future Would You Like to See?”
Tickets On Sale Now for the Special Theatrical Event Featuring an Exclusive Onscreen Discussion with Bridges and Filmmakers Following the Film
Vision Films and award-winning event cinema distributor, Trafalgar Releasing announced today that tickets are now on-sale for Living In The Future’s Past, a beautifully photographed tour de force produced and presented by Academy Award Winner, Jeff Bridges who explores who we are, where we come from, how we think and why we do the things we do. Bridges shares the screen with profound thinkers, scientists, and a dazzling array of the Earth’s creatures to reveal profound concepts about ourselves and our future in ways that have never been presented quite like this on film before. The limited theatrical release will include an onscreen discussion and commentary with Bridges and the film’s collaborators curated exclusively for cinema audiences.
Vision Films and Trafalgar Releasing present Living in the Future’s Past in movie theaters beginning on October 5 in New York, Los Angeles and select markets, with a nationwide event in cinemas on October 9.
For more information, tickets and theaters screening Living in the Future’s Past. Up-to-date screening information can be found on the film website.
Living in the Future’s Past bypasses ideological traps and looks under the “hood of humanity” incorporating elements of evolution, neuropsychology, emergence, ecology and energy into a paradigm shift in the way we think about environmental challenges.
Bridges joins scientist and astronaut Piers Sellers, Being Ecological author Timothy Morton, physicist and Author, Elastic: Flexible Thinking In a Time of Change, Leonard Mlodinow, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander General Wesley Clark, and author of Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman among many other experts and profound thinkers. The stunning original music score is by Bridges collaborator Keefus Ciancia (Lady Killers, Thunderbird, Sleeping Tapes) with additional music by composer Bob Holroyd and award-winning sound designer Ken Polk.
Living in the Future’s Past premiered at Santa Barbara International Film Festival and continues on a highly successful festival journey around the world. The film has been the recipient of many awards across the world including the UN Gold Award for Outstanding Achievement in International Communications, which best exemplifies the ideals and goals of the United Nations. The film also received the Gold Medal for Best Documentary on climate change and sustainability by NY Festivals. Living in the Future’s Past has also been awarded the Special Jury Remi award Theatrical Feature Film Production, Docu Drama at WorldFest Houston International Film Festival, IndieFEST Best in Show, and many more.
Living in the Future’s Past was produced by Jeff Bridges, Susan Kucera and executive produced by Jim Swift.
Jeff Bridges says “LIVING IN THE FUTURES PAST is a metaphor for what’s already here. Our movie takes a good look under the hood of humanity. It incorporates elements of evolution, emergence, energy, phycology, to show how these effect our environment, our planet. It’s not fear that should drive us to act. It’s love. Like Teddy Roosevelt said “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.”
“Living in the Future’s Past is a bright and intellectually honest film,” says Director Susan Kucera. “As Jeff says in the film “it all sounds pretty trippy, and it is” but the film allows us to get friendly with our natural ability to reason.”
Senior Vice President of Programming for Trafalgar Releasing, Kymberli Frueh, comments “With so much conversation around conservation and what we can do personally to protect our environment for future generations, this is a perfect social cause documentary that is meant to educate, inspire and create dialogue among attendees on a community level at local cinemas.”
Managing Director / CEO of Vision Films Lise Romanoff says “This documentary doesn’t fall into the same polarizing traps of many films that address the issues of humanity and the environment and offers a completely fresh and unique point of view that we are thrilled to be bringing to life for audiences nationwide.”
Opening in Select Theaters on October 5-11 and Nationwide on Tuesday, October 9 for a Special One-Night-Only Theatrical Event