Imagine you’ve left the old story behind. You know, the one that takes for granted that earth belongs to humans to exploit at will. You’ve started a hike into the unknown. There’s no map and for all you know you could be going in circles. You turn around and see the smog hanging over the world you left behind, and realize that even if you’re lost and without a map you’re still on the right track.
Campfire Stories is a platform for film that wants to find and affect the root cause of our global issues, instead of just pointing out the symptoms.
On Separation (12 mins)
I think there’s a common root to all the different crises facing humanity right now. I think that war, environmental collapse, inequality, rape, racism, sexism, depression, greed and addiction all come from the same place. And I think we need to go all the way back to that place in order to be able to move forward; to better understand the way we act and to start making meaningful change.
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