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The Infinite Seed

 
 

Mission

The Infinite Seed develops film experiences that empower world citizenry to participate in reversing human-induced global climate change. 

 

 

Manifesto

"I used to think the top environmental problems were biodiversity loss, ecosystem collapse, and climate change. But I was wrong. The top environmental problems are selfishness, greed, and apathy... and to deal with those we need a spiritual and cultural transformation."
- Gus Speth
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What we are about.

The Infinite Seed represents an ecosystem of individuals, organizations, institutes and corporations which are changing the story of climate change with actions both large and small. In contrast to what we have been taught, Mother Nature herself is vigorously, and sometimes violently, demanding we see the truth. As with all good stories, it is, after all, the seed of truth that draws us in and inspires us to action. It is from that seed, the beginning of life, we are asking you to protect, promote and help us produce the story of our shared present and future.

 
 

Ways to act.

Now, more than ever, this work requires the engagement of everyone. There isn't a single community that has the answer or the means to achieve ecological success or the healthy sustainability of our planet.

 

transformational content

Multiple experiences, one mission.

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PREVIEW EARTH

AUGMENTED REALITY GAME

In 2118, three factions have emerged to vie for control over food production; however, they are all interlinked. The story unfolds in real time over the course of years beginning now, with you. 

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DEAD RECKONING

DOCUMENTARY

Sailing upon the frigid waters of the Norwegian Arctic, a happenstance crew has joined forces in the ultimate voyage, producing work that will be stored in the Global Seed Vault for an audience 1000 years in the future.

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Spire

SCIENCE FICTION FILM

In a post-apocalyptic world, the fate of human survival lies with an agriculturist and the remaining crew of a reconnaissance mission to the edge of the world.

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ERIPS

ART FILM

In the early 1970s, NASA created the Image Data Access Method as the access method for the Earth Resources Interactive Processing System (ERIPS) to collect large volumes of multi-dimensional data.