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Filmed by a London couple and their three young children, Down to Earth follows the family’s search for a new perspective on life. In their five-year journey across six continents, they lived with some of the planet’s oldest indigenous communities who live secluded lives and had never been filmed or interviewed before.
From the heart of the Amazon to the jungles of India, and from the Australian out-back to the Kalahari Desert, they encountered tribal leaders – ‘Keepers of the Earth – who survive in harmony with the seasons and the planet.
The film reveals the deep wisdom of the Earth Keepers, who see that now is the time to step forward and share their insights and wisdom with those who are ready to listen.
The film is passing on this wake-up call in a bid to shift social attitudes. In doing so, the film-makers hope to create a grass-roots movement of new Earth Keepers closer to home.
10 lucky winners will receive a pair of tickets to attend the exclusive pre-premiere screening of Down To Earth, which includes a dialogue with the film-makers. The event takes place on 24 March in London.
Closing date for entries – 16 March 2018.
Down To Earth will be released in the UK in Spring 2018.
Down to Earth – meet the London family that made a documentary about living with tribal leaders and shamans